HAEBARU Hana-ori (Flower Patterned Textiles)

Haebaru flower patterned weaving is a style that was born in the town of Haebaru in Okinawa during the post-Meiji era. The lattice-like weaving pattern includes many gorgeous, three-dimensional flower patterns with different names such as kwan kwan flower weaving, the tip gasa pattern, or kyan hana ori—rare and difficult names, even for Japanese people. But the patterns are resplendent!