[Using Oshima Tsumugi]
This one-of-a-kind tie is hand-sewn by a skilled seamstress after untying a kimono that can no longer be worn, washing it, and returning it to cloth.
For sewing, we use Sette Piegue, a classical technique that is said to be close to the origin of neckties.
Settepiegue ties that do not use interlining or lining are characterized by their soft texture and personality. It is designed to take advantage of the texture of the fabric, so you can enjoy the supple kimono fabric as it is.
Material: Silk Size: Total length approx. 152cm, large sword approx. 9cm
Country of Origin: Japan
About slack thread
The thread that comes out from the back of the tie is called slack thread, and is the leftover thread that is used to sew the back of a hand-sewn tie together.
It is said to be a sign of a high-quality handmade tie, so please rest assured that it is not defective.
By leaving some room at the end of the sewing thread, it will move when tying the tie and prevent damage to the sewing thread and fabric.
Please do not cut any loose threads as this will cause the tie to disintegrate.
■Due to monitor settings, the actual color may differ from the published photo.
■Depending on the fabric, it wrinkles easily and may have strong folding or folding wrinkles. Please check the quality label on the product tag before ironing.
■Dry cleaning is recommended to prevent the fabric from shrinking, losing its shape, and discoloring.
■ Generally, we do not accept returns or exchanges unless the product is defective. For details, please see the description based on the Specified Commercial Transactions Law .