This lightweight bandana is a part of a collection that uses kissho monyō as design motifs. Kissho (auspicious, fortuitous) monyō (motif) are used in Asia as decorative designs to bring good fortune or forestall bad luck.
The motif is called arare (hailstones) and depicts ice pellets forcefully hitting the ground and sharply bouncing back. This kimono pattern was among the favorites of the samurai during the Edo period.
It is infinitely versatile; you can wear it around the neck, cover the head, wrap your lunchbox or use it however you'd like.
- 100% cotton
- 19½” x 19½"
- Machine wash (laundry mesh bag recommended), shape by hand and line dry
- Made in Japan
Who Makes it
Corazon creates lifestyle goods inspired by traditional and modern Japanese sensibilities.