Bingo Kasuri (Ikat)

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. It is one of the big three kasuris in Japan amongst Iyo Kasuri and Kurume Kasuri. Bingo kasuri is mainly produced by cotton, and due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”. Despite the fact that 70% of Japanese kasuri manufacturing was Bingo Kasuri at one stage, there are now only two producers of Bingo Kasuri due to the westernisation of clothes and the plummet of demand. On the other hand, the functionality and warmth of this material is being recognised once again.

Plain OUT OF STOCK

Kasuri is the name of the pattern, but we have the plain textile also.

Code BG-KTK-0001
Size 100cm
Content Cotton

White chiri kasuri OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”.

Code BG-KTK-0002
Size About 98cm
Content Cotton

white kasuri OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”.

Code BG-KTK-0003
Size 98cm
Content Cotton

white kasuri 2

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama.

Code BG-KTK-0004
Size 98cm
Content Cotton

brush dyed & slab OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”. This material is made by weaving randomly dyed warp, using brush strokes, into the textile.

Code BG-KTK-0005
Size 98cm
Content Cotton

brush dyed & nep OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”. This material is made by weaving randomly indigo dyed warp.

Code BG-KTK-0006
Size 98cm
Content Cotton

Indigo dyed, light navy textile OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”.

Code BG-KTK-0007
Size 98cm
Content Cotton

kasuri 21 OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”. This material is made by weaving square kasuri patterns using white threads onto indigo dyed textile.

Code BG-KTK-0008
Size about 102cm
Content Cotton

arrow kasuri OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”. This particular kasuri is special because of its arrow design, which has been used for Japanese wedding ceremonies and related events for the brides due to the fact that an arrow never goes backwards and moves only forwards.

Code BG-KTK-0009
Size about 102cm
Content Cotton

kasuri 17 OUT OF STOCK

Bingo Kasuri is a product of the history of encouraged cotton cultivation during Edo period (1603-1868) around coastal areas of Fukuyama. Due to its high durability and excellent heat retention, the textile was widely used as work clothes. In other words, it can be said to have been the “Japanese denim”. This material has square kasuri patterns on indigo textile.

Code BG-KTK-0010
Size about 102cm
Content Cotton