Combine and weave multi-colored materials such as yarns and strings of various thickness, hemps and Washi (Japanese paper). Because this is TANGO, the producing center of textile, where weaving machine is utilized to the fullest, and such difficult weaving method is challenged. From wide-cut silk ribbon to raw silk thread, and even until the suspended Wisteria flower overflowing with wild beauty. Variations are expanding endlessly.
“Fujifu”, the earliest primitive cloth, has been passed down to the present from ancient Jomon times, and was previously a vital garment that protected one’s life. Following the popularization of cotton during the mid-Edo period, the usage of fujifu declined. It was believed that fujifu had grown extinct by the start of the Showa-period, but we continued to weave them deep inside the villages of Tango.