The name of the exhibition, “Aya-Nasukai”, named by Heizo Tatsumura I, is taken from the Chinese poem “Kai Nishiki Hi-Nasukai, Rinshoku Ewa” (Beautiful brocade like a pattern of shells, beautiful and colorful like brocade woven by gathering brightly colored threads) by Sashi (late 3rd century), a scholar of the Jin dynasty. We are looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition, which will feature a variety of new obi, as well as popular sakuro obi, nagoya obi, and accessories.
■ The 74th Tatsumura Obi Exhibition “Hiseikai”
Date and time:
– March 31, 2022 (Thursday) 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
– April 1, 2022 (Fri.) 10:00-17:00
– April 2, 2022 (Saturday) 10:00-16:00
Northwest corner of Higashinotoin, Oike-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
No reservation is required and admission is free.