Honhikita is one of the simplest forms of Shibori tie-dye. Decorated with just a few delicate streamlines. Beautifully embroidered with traditional Japanese auspicious motifs. Very simple yet sophisticated design for the semi-formal kimono, which only Katayama Bunzaburo can offer.
Beautifully blossoming plum tree is delicately depicted using the Kanoko Shibori technique as well as delicate embroidery decorations. Elegant design achieved by traditional Honza Kanoko Shibori technique which doesn’t require a roughly drawn outline beforehand.
Vigorous Kanbun Kiku (chrysanthemum flowers) pattern, delicate Hikita Shibori tie-dye, and sheer elegance combine to create a gorgeous kimono design. Vivid reddish orange will adorn the wearer like a beautiful flower.
This pattern representing swelling waves is regarded as one of the typical designs by Korin Ogata, an Edo-period art master. Precise Shibori tie-dye adorns the elegant deep purple kimono.
Inspired by the glass ware of Emile Galle, the Shibori technique skillfully creates a delicate and wavering color effect.