Now is the time for slow fashion
The true luxury that remains after the trials of time

まだら絞り/シルバーグレー
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
結城紬で軽いため、肩にかけても着物の衣紋が崩れません。
伸ばすとひざ下あたりの長さです。
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー
タグは奥順とsuzusanのダブルネーム
まだら絞り/オリーブ
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/オリーブ
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/オリーブ
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
羽織った時に落ちにくい。
手筋絞り/シルバーグレー
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/シルバーグレー
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/シルバーグレー
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
生地に凹凸があるので落ちにくく、手が自由になります。
食事の際には椅子にかけて。
手筋絞り/オリーブ
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/オリーブ
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/オリーブ
サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
結城紬で軽いため、肩にかけても着物の衣紋が崩れません。
伸ばすとひざ下あたりの長さです。
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/シルバーグレー<br>タグは奥順とsuzusanのダブルネーム
まだら絞り/オリーブ<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/オリーブ<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
まだら絞り/オリーブ<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
羽織った時に落ちにくい。
手筋絞り/シルバーグレー<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/シルバーグレー<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/シルバーグレー<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
生地に凹凸があるので落ちにくく、手が自由になります。
食事の際には椅子にかけて。
手筋絞り/オリーブ<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/オリーブ<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%
手筋絞り/オリーブ<br>サイズ:65×182cm 素材:絹100%

Okujun x suzusan silk stall

¥113,300 (Tax included, shipping fee included)
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おすすめポイント

  • Collaboration of Yuki Tsumugi "Okujun" and Arimatsu Shibori "suzusan"
  • Dye one by one after receiving an order
  • Men or women, Japanese or Western clothing But one piece that fits

 

An exceptionally wonderful stall was born. One of the collaborations between Yuki Tsumugi's "Okujun" and Arimatsu Shibori's "suzusan". I would like to introduce luxury items born from traditional manufacturing, each with a history of hundreds of years.

Yuki Tsumugi / Okujun

Yuki Tsumugi is a silk fabric produced mainly in Yuki City, Ibaraki Prefecture, and its history can be traced back to the Heian period. It is said that sericulture has been flourishing since ancient times in the fertile land along the Kinugawa River that flows at the foot of Mt. Tsukuba. The production process of "Authentic Yuki Tsumugi" by skilled craftsmen using hand-spun cotton yarn is registered and designated as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage / Important Intangible Cultural Property.

"Okujun", which makes the dough for stoles, is a long-established store founded in 1907 (Meiji 40 ). Okujun, a manufacturing wholesaler, is a leading company in Yuki Tsumugi, which uses a network of craftsmen who are in charge of thread picking, dyeing, and weaving, which are the processes of Yuki Tsumugi, to create an environment for manufacturing. White fabrics that are not dyed in Okujun are not usually wholesaled, but this time they are specially supplied to suzusan as dyed products.

Okujun Co., Ltd.

The thread used for the stall is also spun for suzusan. The thread produced by the silk moth is 1/50 of the hair, which is thinner than cashmere and does not tingle. Because it has fluff, it is warm with air and does not easily fall off when put on. Skilled craftsmen weave this delicate thread.

Weave one stall for about 2 hours
(The item in the photo is not this product)

The weft is driven while the warp wound on the "roll" set on the loom is stretched. Even if you are used to it, it takes about 2 hours for a stall 1 sheet, so even 1 days 1 The limit is t15> 5 .

After weaving, carefully inspect the surface and remove unnatural neps (knots) with scissors. Finish by blanching to remove glue. How much time and effort has been put into it so far? The fabric woven in this way is sent to Nagoya and Arimatsu.

For more information on Okujun and Yuki Tsumugi, see "Behind the Scenes Okujun".

Behind the Scenes

One of the world's leading silk fabrics spun by human hands. Manufacturing wholesaler supporting Yuki Tsumugi

Read story

Arimatsu Narumi Shibori ・ suzusan

The history of Arimatsu Narumi Shibori begins in 1608 (Keicho 13 ) when the Owari clan opened the town of Arimatsu in an attempt to ensure the safety of the Tokaido. When the clan protected the tie-dye products that were born after that as special products (which is what we now call branding), travelers came and went to buy souvenirs for their hometowns, competing for hand towels and yukata. In the Edo period, the technique of squeezing that was brought up in Arimatsu, which was praised as "the most beautiful city on the Tokaido", reaches 100 species.

"suzusan" that dyes stalls is 2008 when Hiroyuki Murase, the fifth generation of "Suzusan Shoten" who inherited Arimatsu Shibori from generation to generation, is studying at the National Academy of Arts in Dusseldorf, Germany. Established a local subsidiary in. which sublimates the traditional image of "aperture" and fuses it with fashion items such as clothes and stalls, and living items such as cushions and light covers.

The collection is highly evaluated and is sold at famous select shops and department stores in Japan and overseas. In the past, it has collaborated with top designers such as "Yohji Yamamoto" and haute couture maisons that represent France. .. It is often the case that the world discovers the charm that Japanese people do not notice first, but "suzusan" will be the same.

The process of Arimatsu Shibori squeezing is all done by hand. Strictly speaking, "squeezing" and "dyeing" are separate, and "squeezing" is divided into three types: sewing, pinching, and tying. Here, "dyeing", "thread removal", and "washing" are performed before finishing.

Since each process requires advanced technology, Arimatsu originally adopted a division of labor system, but suzusan produces it under an in-house integrated system. This is because suzusan (at that time, Suzusan Shoten) played the role of a producer who coordinates the entire process, called "Kageshi". By in-house production of each process that was originally outsourced, a higher degree of perfection was achieved.

○ Arimatsu Shibori squeezing process

Summary: Depending on the technique, it may take from a few minutes to 30 minutes, and even more than an hour. Depending on the technique, it is necessary to acquire the strength and understanding of the type of fabric that depends on the intuition of the craftsman. A moment of looseness affects the pleats and, by extension, the pattern.

Dyeing: The squeezed fabric is soaked in hot water and then dyed. Dyeing is often done at the temperature of hot water just before boiling. The time required and the amount of dye vary slightly depending on the type and technique of the fabric, the temperature and humidity of the day, etc., so it is a process that requires delicate and physical strength. If it is cooled immediately, it may have a large effect on the fibers, so wash and dehydrate while observing the condition of the dough.

Thread removal: Cut the thread tied up in the first step with scissors and spread the dough. In suzusan, which uses high-quality fabrics, thread removal also requires concentration. It is said that he is nervous every time until the moment he unfolds and checks the pattern.

Washing: Dye may remain in the squeezed area, so be careful not to transfer the dye one by one. It is also the moment when you can check the color and pattern.

After that, dehydrate the dough so as not to damage it, dry the spread dough, and when it dries, it is carefully ironed by the hands of the suzusan staff, and the tag with the brand name and quality is sewn to complete it.


Dye the fabric, check the time,
Soak in high temperature dye

Uniformly dyed before thread removal

Carefully untie the tied thread


Counting from the process of Yuki Tsumugi, there are actually 7 processes even if they are roughly divided. And all of them are done by people with specialized skills. The market is full of "fast, mass-produced" fashion, but when you try to wear such "slow, little-do" items, you'll feel something.

suzusan ・ See also "Behind the Scenes suzusan" for Arimatsu Shibori squeezing.

Behind the Scenes

Arimatsu Narumi Shibori, loved in the world of fusion of tradition and modernity

Read story

Kimono artist Hitomi Ito

Kimono artist Hitomi Ito led this collaboration to fruition. She visited Suzusan's Murase and Yuki / Okujun, and she felt that she could make something that had never been seen before. The first thing I focused on was the "lightness" of Yuki Tsumugi. Even if I hang it on her shoulder, the kimono's crest does not collapse.

If you are a man, the shoulder line of the jacket will be kept clean. In addition, Yuki Tsumugi has fluff on the thread and the fabric is uneven, so it is difficult to remove. As a result, the hands are free and less stressful.

This unevenness feature also affects the appearance. The silk fabric shines in the sunlight and gives a deep look. I prepared two colors for this stall, but Mr. Ito chose the bright yellow-green hiwa color. She may feel a little flashy, but she doesn't float when paired with a calm-colored kimono or clothes. * On the product selection screen, "Hiwa-iro" is written as "olive".

Mr. Ito told me about Tan after a man who often goes abroad bought a similar stole. Since she wears a kimono fabric, she became a communication tool with local people and felt her identity as a Japanese.

Another person says that the silk stole warms the body from the core, so wrap the stole around the part that comes into contact with the skin and put on a coat over it. If this is wool, it may become itchy, but it is difficult to make silk with fine fibers.

Yuki Tsumugi and Arimatsu Shibori Shibori have been fashionable and loved by people for hundreds of years after both fashion and era. I think it's a luxury to wear while feeling the hands of people involved in manufacturing, instead of wearing fashionable and mass-produced items as disposable items.

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商品詳細・配送・お問い合わせ

Distributor Suzusan Co., Ltd.
About ordering ・ This product is an ordered product that is produced after receiving your order.
・ Since each item is hand-squeezed and hand-dyed, the pattern of the items introduced on the By Emotion site is different from that of the items delivered.
・ The full price of the product will be accepted at the time of ordering.
・ We plan to take about 2 months from ordering to delivery, but if it exceeds 2 months due to various reasons, we will contact you as soon as it is known.
Shipping schedule ・ This product is an ordered product that is produced after receiving your order.
・ The production period will be about 2 months, and the finished product will be shipped from Suzusan Co., Ltd. in a paulownia box.
Shipping fee (tax included) The shipping fee for this product is free.

Specifications

Product name Stall (Yuki Tsumugi x Arimatsu Shibori Shibori)
Material 100% silk
Size 65 × 182 cm
* Since it expands and contracts due to squeeze dyeing, it may differ slightly from the above size.

ご購入の際の注意点

  • This product is sold by SoGoo Co., Ltd. and shipped by Suzusan Co., Ltd.
  • This product is an ordered product that is produced after the customer's order. The full price of the product will be charged at the time of ordering.
  • Since each item is hand-squeezed and hand-dyed, the pattern of the items introduced on the By Emotion site is different from that of the items delivered.
  • The period from ordering to delivery is planned to be approximately 2 months. If the period exceeds 2 months due to circumstances, we will contact you as soon as it is known.
  • We cannot accept any cancellations or changes (additional changes) to your order. Please be sure to check the contents of your order before completing your order.
  • We make every effort to ensure the quality of the product, but if the product is damaged due to an accident during delivery or if it is different from the product you applied for, we apologize for the inconvenience. However, please contact us within 5 days after the item arrives. In this case, we will bear the return shipping fee.
  • We try to reproduce the actual color and texture of the product photos as much as possible, but please return, exchange, change, etc. because the color and texture are different from the image. Please note that we cannot accept any cancellations after the order has been placed.

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