A long-standing umbrella maker has created a 16-rib umbrella
using titanium for the shank and carbon fiber for the ribs.
The Western-style umbrellas are made by hogushi-ori,
a traditional Japanese weaving technique that results in an appearance
like a water-color painting.
Each and every one has a distinctive look, and is like a work of art.
Each is made with assiduous effort,
and is built to last for 20 or even 30 years if handled with care.
1st floor of Sato Mansion, 2-19-1 Taihei, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0012
Kimie YamaguchiKimie Yamaguchi