Just like in Kurosawa's Seven Samurai?
The seven women are lined up side by side.
A design of a woman in the same pose, drawn seven times, with different patterns on her clothes.
At first glance it looks like a border, but when you look closer you see a woman.
One of the interesting things about this design is the sense of innocence, strong will and heroism that is created by the alignment.
It is easy to create a story with Obiage, Obijime, Obidome, etc. and you can play with the theme in a big way.
The colours are red and neon. It's a world that you can see with the old 3D glasses (of red and blue lenses).
The material of this half-width obi is cotton, a tough canvas used for tents.
It can be worn with both kimonos and yukata, so it can be used all year round, and it doesn't mind getting wet in the rain.
The length is about 4m, and because it has a fully threaded pattern, you can change the atmosphere depending on where it is worn.
You can enjoy it in many ways.
●Obi Type: Hanhaba obi (half width)
●Length: approx. 4m
●Fabric used: 100% cotton
●Lining: Blue - Green
●Recommended season: All seasons
SHIPPING (Made-to-order products)
Since the obi is a made-to-order, it will take about 2 months to ship.
If you order several products from Modern Antenna at the same time, we will ship the products together. The shipping costs are determined by the total weight.
★We try our best to make the colour as same as the actual product, but due to the difference of environment such as computer equipment and monitor, there may be a slight difference with the colour of the actual product that you will see. Please keep this in mind when making your purchase.
★The pattern may appear different from the picture shown on the website due to the small pattern.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by clicking on "CONTACT".
Taxes & Customs
The import of a product from Japan may be subject to taxes and to custom fees in the country of delivery. These supplementary costs are the customer’s responsibility.
Please see “Taxes & Customs” for details.