14 Inches Wide.
Sold by the yard and cut to order.
This vintage YUKATA fabrics showcase traditional Japanese design in indigo and white. This bold interlocking chain pattern came to be known as Shima, which means "stripe." It is said that this pattern was often worn by upper-class aristocrats. The chain-link shima pattern is known as Yoshiwara Shima, referring to the town where the pattern came from. Yoshiwara Shima symbolizes how the town draws you in and hold you, like chains. It has also been described to be the chains linking a community together.
Imported from Japan.