Tsumami Zaiku

Two-pronged hairpins

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A Japanese traditional craft (Aichi). The Two-pronged hairpins is one of the best items of Mizuki! Tsumami Zaiku (Textiles / Dyed Products) is the tradition of Japan.

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USD 63.63

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This two-pronged hairpin is made from habutae silk and dyed to resemble that most Japanese of flowers, the cherry blossoms.
It’s very easy to use and great for binding hair.

Item Details

Item NameTwo-pronged hairpins
Artifact NameTsumami Zaiku
Place of ProductionAichi, Japan
Delivery DateApp. 10 days
WeightApp. 12g
Pattern Cherry blossoms *Circle-pinching
Material100% Habutae silk

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Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.


USD 63.63
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

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Habutae silk

Habutae silk is a type of textile made from a plain weave, a style of weaving where warp and weft yarns criss-cross in regular proportion.
When the yarns are silk, this technique is also known as ko-kinu (luminous silk).
Typical, plain weaves use weft and warp yarn of uniform thickness, but habutae silk uses two thinner warp yarns for each weft yarn.  
The soft, light, lustrous textile that results is a true symbol of Japan.  
It is said that “truly beautiful silk begins and ends with habutae.”

How to put it on