A woven Obi is called Nishijin-ori (Nishijin weaving), originating in Kyoto. Nishijin-ori is the most sophisticated and lavish Obi you will find in Japan.
Nishijin weaving has been used for the method of jacquard weaving to create Japanese designs and patterns using dyed threads in Kyoto.
Its quality and craftsmanship are remarkable that threads come in many colors, including gold and silver, and is glamorously thick and rich.
Wallpapers and panels that are made of Nishijin-ori are also great items for decoration and enjoy for a comfortable living.

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