Kurume Kasuri is a cotton cloth with splashed pattern produced in the Chikugo region in the southern part of Fukuoka Prefecture.
In kasuri, which requires delicate techniques to match patterns, it is possible to mechanize it as necessary.
There are also weavers who produce without compromising its goodness, and it is a fabric rich in diversity.
It goes well with Western clothes, and in modern times, you can feel the characteristics of Kasuri more closely.
"Kasuri" is one of the traditional cotton fabrics representing Japan.
It is said that it was named "Kasuri" because the pattern looks faded when it is woven.
According to the drafted design, the parts that will be the pattern are tied with thread by an automatic binding machine and dyed.
The tied part will not be colored, and the untied part will become the pattern.
The soft cotton material has good breathability, so it is cool in the summer and has moisture retention, so you can wear it in the winter.
Sakata Orimono Kurume Kasuri Ita Kasuri (Special) Wave Block
KURUME KASURI SAKATA
Shimokawa Orimono Kurume Kasuri Midnight
KURUME KASURI SHIMOKAWA
Nomura Orimono Kurume Kasuri Yatara Stripe
KURUMW KASURI NOMURA