The design pays homage to the gingko leaf, which has existed on the earth for over 200 million years and is considered a symbol of longevity.
The color is vermilion, which is said to have the power to ward off evil spirits, and to give the wearer a sense of power.
Clouds cover the mountain range of Hakusan, one of Japan's three sacred mountains. The ethereal scenery of the mountains strikes people's hearts. A moment when time is unintentionally forgotten is captured in a single silk Jacquard.
A drop of water falling on the surface of the water slowly becomes a ripple
and slowly spread out, expanding the world of the wearer.
A sacred place where souls ascend to Mount Hakusan and return to the earth. The people are alive and exist here because of nature. The mysterious landscape of trees and moss is wabi-sabi itself. Wear the silence and regain your true self.
ObsessionCommitment to Silk Jacquard
Jacquard is a fabric in which the design itself is woven into the fabric. Unlike prints, it weaves a three-dimensional, smooth, and heavy texture. Ogura Orimono is the only weaving factory in Japan that can weave Jacquard with silk.
Traditional tecTraditional Technology
Some of the craftsmen at Ogura Orimono have been working for more than 60 years. We use looms that can only be handled by skilled craftsmen. The loom and the craftsmen work in tandem to produce unique silk Jacquard.
FunctionalityFunctionality of Silk
Silk is so gentle to the skin that it is often referred to as the second skin, and has excellent UV and moisture retention qualities. These functions are not found in other clothing fibers, and are useful in protecting the skin and health.
Craftsmen are the lifeblood and source of creativity for Ogura Orimono. We create timeless beauty by passing on traditional techniques to the modern age and never giving up the challenge of new designs.