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A handkerchief designed based on a valuable Noh costume from the Shukugawa Noh Stage "Gashouen", a Noh performance group.On a white background, the design is based on the Noh costumes of the Shukugawa Noh stage.The turtle, a symbol of blessings for longevity and prosperity, is carefully hand-embroidered, stitch by stitch. Silver thread is used in some parts of the embroidery, giving it an elegant and shimmering appearance. The sewing is finished with French hems for an elegant and neat impression.Letter: No. 22Position: Recommended (lower left corner of the turtle)Thread color: whiteAmount: ¥440What is Gashoen?Gashoen is an organization led by Takuji Ueda of the Kanze school of Noh theater. Based in the scenic Shukugawa area of Hyogo Prefecture, Gashoen performs a variety of activities to promote Noh to people of all ages.Noh is a form of theater that is performed in a650Noh is a performing art that has continued uninterruptedly for almost 20 years. We hope that this collaboration will help people understand the appeal of Noh, which has captured the hearts and minds of many people. We hope that many people will come into contact with Noh, a traditional Japanese culture," said Takuji Ueda.
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