Using igusa produced in Kyushu region, this material requires jacquard to create the diverse complicated patterns. The double weaving method in the production process requires roughly 100 more threads than Monori (the standard figured textile with roughly 200). Due to its qualities, the pattern on the front surface of this material is different from the back so you can enjoy two variations of the pattern. Also regarding the patterns, double weaving enables not only straight lined patterns but can express curvy lines as well. Due to its layers, this material has high durable qualities. Recently, we can find triple or quadruple layered weaving which could make rich and firm looking patterns meanwhile its use of many warps and layers makes elegant details possible.