Our Benibana Tsumugi (Safflower Pongee) is Nitta’s most representative product. It has been a consistent seller since its release in 1963.
No two rolls are the exact same color.
Utilizing the Nitta-style tie-dyeing method (floss silk dyed in two colors, then hand-reeled), exquisite colors depict the four seasons of Yonezawa.
Using hand-spun floss silk yarn on both the warp and the weft, this fabric has acquired a texture that is often referred to as “the true tsumugi (pongee woven cloth).” The rustic elegance of hand-spun floss silk cannot be experienced any other way.
Using hand-spun floss silk yarn on both the warp and the weft, the fabric has acquired a texture often referred to as “the true tsumugi (pongee woven cloth).” Woven with a vertical yoroke (wavy) pattern, this unique roll of fabric is available nowhere else.
Crisp to the touch, this fabric has a rare quality for something coming from the center of tsumugi (pongee woven cloth) production. However, it’s great for summer wear.
Using etra-twisted silk yarn, it is woven with a vertical yoroke (wavy)pattern.
Another representative product of Nitta, this has been a part of our lineup since the company was founded in 1884.
It’s combination of comfort and lustrous beauty is especially noticeable when it’s used for hakama skirting.
Non-twisted yarn is traditionally used in both the warp and the weft.
Woven with yarn made from floss silk in both the warp and the weft, the Hassun-Nagoya style obi belt has a very unique texture.
Exceptionally light-weight, it can be use in any season except for the height of summer.
Interior decorative panels are made from ‘kiredori,’ which are the patchwork kimono remnants left behind by generations of Nitta family weavers.
The panels depict the colors of the four seasons in Yonezawa.