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Matsuri is Japanese for “Festival”. This design dates back to the 8th century and would have been created for royalty. The hand painted and dyed design has hand-applied gold gilded elements throughout and depicts the divine palanquins (mikoshi) carried in many Japanese festivals.

The design is authenticated from the Shōsō-in, Japan’s oldest museum and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Shōsō-in conserves artifacts connected to Emperor Shōmu (701–756) and Empress Kōmyō (701–760), as well as arts and crafts of the Tempyō period of Japanese history.

Squares are approximately 12″ x 12″ [30cm]

Pocket square edges are quality hand rolled and sewn.

100% vintage Japanese fine silk, dry clean only.


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