Ichizawa Shinzaburo Hanpu

New Pattern: Matsubishi Pattern

New Pattern: Matsubishi Pattern

With the end of the rainy season, summer arrives and with it Ichizawa Shinzaburo Hanpu's new, limited edition pattern.

It's a geometric pattern like a pine trunk with three diamonds stacked one on top of the other.
This classical pattern used also in kimono material, is arranged slightly skewed and printed in modern colors.
Pines represent longevity and auspiciousness as the needles do not fall year round and maintain their vibrant green.

There are many patterns that are known as classical or "Japanese" which have been loved by people through the ages and {ITALIC}Matsubishi{/ITALIC} is one of them.
While being very Japanese, it retains its distinctive modernistic aura.

{ITALIC}Matsubishi{/ITALIC} is a pattern that changes expression depending on what it is matched with.

{ITALIC}Usuzumi{/ITALIC} against a black background and {ITALIC}Asagi{/ITALIC} against a beige one.

It is a pattern that can be used regardless of age or gender.