Established in 1951, we have been in business over half a century, offering
products that satisfy customer's needs. We will continue to make our utmost
effort to serve our customers while constantly reminding ourselves of our
Solid white color chirimen fablric
Tango Silk Crepe is available in the following weaves: Crepe Jersey,Crepe de Chine,Crepe Geogette,Satin Crepe,Gauze Crepe Geogette,Seersucker,Onishibo Chirimen crepe,Shinonome Chirimen Crepe,Uzura Chirimen Crepe,Satin Brocade,Traditional Chirimen Crepe.
Kimono is Japanese national costume. The rank of kimono depends on the materials and patterns used. Furisode (long sleeved formal kimono), Houmongi (formal kimono with patterns which flow over shoulders, seams and sleeves), Tsukesage (kimono with modest patterns on the shoulders, hemlines, and sleeves), Komon (kimono with repeated pattern throughout the garment), Iromuji (single-colored kimono), Tsumugi (pongee fabric), Mofuku (black kimono worn to the funeral of a close relative),coats, men’s kimono, various kinds of obi (belts), Yukata (informal summer kimono), kimono accessories and related garments.
The furoshiki was used to carry baggage from old days. It becomes small
if you fold it , and you can use the furoshiki repeatedly again and again.
The furoshiki is the ecology that gives a heart. In addition, the furoshiki
is available as not only interior accessories but also the scarf. Yuzen
design on crepes are popular among women.
- Tsuboryu Co., Ltd
- 2164-2, Suki, Omiya-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto
- BUSINESS OPERATION
- Prior reservation necessary for visit
- BUSINESS CONTENTS
- Established in 1951, Silky Time manufactures and sells high quality Tango
chirimen kimono ．
- Located in the center of the Tango Peninsula. The company is at the corner of the "Suki" intersection along National Road No.312, approx. one kilometer from Omiya Station on Kita-Kinki Tango Railways.
From Kyoto to Omiya it takes about three hours by taking national route
9, 176 and 312. From Osaka the journey is shorter by half an hour and you
will have to take Chugoku, Maizuru and Saninkinki Expressway . And using
Kyoto Jyukan and Saninkinki Expressway to Omiya from Kyoto, it can come
in about one hour and a half.
From Kyoto,Omiya can be reached in about two hours and a half, by boarding on Sanin-sen Line and Kita Kinki Tango Railroad.