Japanese boro ぼろ
Boro are Japanese textiles that have been mended or patched together. The term is derived from Japanese, meaning something tattered or repaired. Poverty, frugality and their usage over decades gives Boro its unique aesthetic. Boro are recognized as 'Tangible Cultural Properties' by the Japanese government and are collected all over the world, displayed in museum, shop and private collections.
Collection: No. 2
WEARING ART WITH HISTORY
Boro is more than tapestry. We specialize in high quality item and many of them can be worn without problem. Wearing boro is the best way of honoring the people to whom this was a treasured possession. In this collection we also offer newer items at a lower price point which have become fashionable again.
Collection: No. 3
Little things we love
Yes, we love textiles. But we are humans after all, humans who love antique stuff. So we some times we cannot help but to fall in love with little things from the rich histroy of Japan. Those are displayed here.
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