Nishijin-ori (Nishijin woven textiles)

Its origins date back to the 5th to 6th centuries, when the Hata clan, a powerful clan, began cultivating sericulture and weaving, and it was founded after the Onin War in the 15th century.
Nishijin textiles are extremely diverse, including tsuzuri, cotton, donsu, omeshi, kasuri, and velvet, and are characterized by the elaborateness of the gorgeous patterns using multicolored threads. .
Mainly producing obi for Japanese clothing, kimono fabric, Noh and priest costumes, interior decoration, etc.