Inspierd by an art piece by Ukiyoe painter, Hirosige Utamaru, from the Edo period.In the olden days, west Tokyo was called "Musashi" and east was called "Shimofusa", Ryoukoku Bridge being the border line of the two cities. A huge festival was held every summer, with many stalls and theatres entertaining people for days and nights. The most popular event of the festival was the fireworks lighting up the night sky.■Product
Size / 34cm ｘ 81cm
Material / 100% Cotton
Made in Japan■Attention
Wash separately, due to friction color may discolored or transfer in the first couple of washes. Do not steep in water or bleach.
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