Tiger and Dragon
This Tsurikawa is made of very luxry Nishijinori textile made in Kyoto.
The textile pattern of facing Dragon which said to call the cloud and Tiger which said to make the wind was popular among warloads or zen monks in Sengoku period.
This Nishijinori fablic is used for bag for Katana (Japanese sword), pouch for Japanese tea tool and traditional places.
The “Kyoto Edition” is a Japanese handmade Tsurikawa featuring a strap made of genuine Japanese textiles.
The strap opens and closes using a snap button and doesn’t require any tool to be installed.
Made in Japan
Even though this Tsurikawa strap was made using "Tiger and Dragon" pattern fablic, due to the strap width, only dragon is appear in front side (Tiger is not shown in this Tsurikawa strap).
Each model is hand created with extreme care and attention. Nevertheless, the cloth pattern may vary between products.
Please note: The “Kyoto Edition” is for decoration purpose only. Don’t use it as safety handle.
Total length: 25cm/ 9.8”
Strap material: Polyester, Rayon fablric
Fastener type: Snap button
Snap button material: Steel
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