The koinobori "Shibori" pays tribute to the art of traditional Japanese indigo dyeing. In the technique of Shibori, reserves are applied, either with stitches, tied threads, templates, and then dipped into the indigo bath. This is how you get beautiful geometric patterns, which are those that evoke this Japanese kite.
The well-known French brand Madame Mo, invites us with this design to its world full of magic, color and joy of life.
Koinobori kites decorate Japanese homes every year on May 5, during the celebration of Kodomo no hi (こどもの日) or Children's Day. Parents thus express the wish that their children grow up healthy and strong, and have a long, prosperous and happy life.
Thus, we take up this beautiful meaning, so that each koinobori brings our wish for health, strength and prosperity to those who receive it.
They can be used in the traditional way, for example hanging from a reed on the edge of the balcony. They will also look beautiful adorning any corner, hanging on the wall. When you want to change, you can close the top and bottom, remove the ring they have in their mouth, and fill them, using them also as a cushion.
Koinobori are a fantastic gift of birth, but also to wish courage and strength.
Size: 70 x 26,4 cm.
Country of origin: France
Country of manufacture: India
Material: Organic Cotton with GOTS certificate
Machine washable, maximum 30ºC.