Buaisou Indigo Dyeing Japan Hemp Bracelet , Bracelets, Buaisou, Working Title
Buaisou Indigo Dyeing Japan Hemp Bracelet , Bracelets, Buaisou, Working Title
Buaisou Indigo Dyeing Japan Hemp Bracelet , Bracelets, Buaisou, Working Title
Buaisou Indigo Dyeing Japan Hemp Bracelet , Bracelets, Buaisou, Working Title

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Buaisou Indigo Dyeing Japan Hemp Bracelet

Sale price£30.00
Size:40
Color:Navy
Quantity:
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Buaisou Indigo Dyeing Japan Hemp Bracelet

40 / Navy

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United Kingdom

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Material_ 100% hemp (domestic)

Color_indigo Size: 40cm

BOX size: w7 × h4.5 × d1.8cm

Beautifully packaged in a matchbox with Elephant design

Hand-twisted hemp cords are used, and the length of each one is slightly different.

Tokushima was a region where not only indigo but also hemp cultivation was flourishing because of the place name of the former Oe-gun and the cannabis shrine.
Since ancient times, hemp and indigo have been deeply involved with the Japanese people. Cannabis has a history of being treated as sacred, and even today it is used in shrines and temples as a talisman, amulet, amulet, and a lucky charm, and it is a bracelet that you can familiarize yourself with its cultural resources. Using cannabis grass cultivated in Tochigi prefecture, the people of Tohoku dyed the hemp strings that were hand-twisted one by one.