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TABITABIYA's handmade designs, in keeping with the Japanese tradition, present original items, all made with either new quality Japanese fabrics or vintage kimono, haori jackets or obi belts that I found during my hunts in second-hand kimono shops. Because yes, in Japan, when kimono, haori, obi, etc. can no longer be worn, that's how they find a new life!


I was charmed by the lamé side of this vintage obi fabric which delivers a very classic and soft image of the universe of Japanese motifs: embroidered with powder pink threads, this cushion cover depicts a floral tableau of spring flowers, such as Sakura 桜, the cherry blossom, symbol of ephemeral youthful beauty, the peony 牡丹 Botan, nicknamed “the queen of flowers”, Fuji 藤 the wisteria, an image of love. In keeping with the Shunjû 春秋 motif, they are associated with autumn flowers and leaves, the Kiku chrysanthemum 菊 whose grandeur in the Wagara world is equal to that of the peony, and Momiji 紅葉 the reddened leaves maples. Within a triangular shape, two high-ranking geometric patterns: Seigaiha 青海 the waves of the blue sea and Shippô 七宝, the concentric circles symbols of the 7 treasures of Buddhism.


Cushions are essential to add a glamorous finishing touch to your interior or a decorative accent note to your sofas, armchairs and beds, right? These decorative elements have no equal to give charm and originality to this home in which you have put all your heart to paint it in your colors and make it a cozy nest that reflects who you are! With these cushion covers, you can also bring a note of Japanese elegance to your interior with unique pieces that you won't find in anyone else's home!


  • One-of-a-kind cover

    Material: cotton and silk
    Dimensions :suitable for a padding cushion of 40X40 cm. Cushion padding not included.

    Care: In general, obi or kimono fabrics do not wash. But if you really need to wash your cushion covers, we can only recommend dry cleaning at a professional store. And if necessary, you can also steam iron them at the right temperature for silk fabric.

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