Etchu Fukuoka Sedge Hats

Toyama

Sedge hat weaving started way back in the 1400s and spread throughout the entire country during the Edo Period when its production was promoted in the Kaga domain. Production techniques using high-quality sedge enabled these hats to be used as sunshades and rain hats for farming, and as paraphernalia for traditional events, festivals, and other occasions throughout Japan.

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