This obijime features a gradient color shift that goes from red to pink, and then pink to white. Obijime are worn atop of nagoya and fukuro obi as an accent and also a means of helping to further secue the obi on a woman. Obijime are produced with a braiding technique most widely known as kumihimo.
- Obijime Condition: B, this obijime would benefit from having its tassles combed out.
Did you know that wearing and dressing in kimono is known as an art form called kitsuke? Kitsuke is as much a demonstration of skill and knowledge, as it is about the personal tastes of the person praticiing it.