Japanese pattern CHIRIMEN

Incorporate large pattern motifs into the design. Change the color scheme to match the main color and play a central role in the design. The material used for this print is called “chirimen,” which has a unique texture and a supple texture.

One distinctive feature of Tango chirimen is the tiny wrinkles or wave-like patterns known as “shibo” that are created through a unique weaving technique. These shibo textures give the fabric its unique sheen and texture, making it highly valued for its luxurious appearance.

Tango chirimen is commonly used in the creation of traditional Japanese clothing, particularly kimonos and other garments. It is known for its ability to hold vibrant and beautiful dyes, resulting in vivid colors and intricate patterns. As a result, it is often worn on special occasions, important ceremonies, and festivals.