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5698 Midare Kasuri Check Shirts

This work shirt is made of heavyweight "Midare Kasuri Check" woven with #8 yarn. This original check fabric is made of uneven slub yarns woven warp to weft and weft to create a random kasuri pattern. By topping it with beige to give it depth, it is finished with a kinari color. the slubby yarn of the kinari color is blended in with it. Nut buttons are used for the buttons. "Midare Kasuri Check" was born by crossing Japanese kimono culture and Western workwear and characterized by its warm and cozy texture.


Midare-Kasuri
Indigo-dyed Kasuri Kimono became popular as daily wear for the common people of Japan. The Kasuri pattern of dark blue and white woven together is a traditional Japanese textile with a simple texture that is familiar to the Japanese people. It is said that Kasuri originated in India. In Japan, it is said to have been introduced to Japan via Ryukyu during the Edo period. It came to be called Kasuri because the pattern appears faded. In Japan, a large number of Kasuri were born in each region, unparalleled in the world. This time, D'Artisan has created an original "Midare-Kasuri" fabric based on the theme of kasuri, which is very familiar to the Japanese people. This fabric is made of uneven slub yarns woven warp to weft and weft to create a disorderly Kasuri pattern. It is a cross between Japanese Kimono culture and Western workwear. The result is a fabric with a warm and cozy texture.

We are proud to offer free express worldwide shipping on orders over $150.

We use world-class courier companies like EMS, FedEx and DHL to ship products.

We strive to ship from our warehouse within 2 to 3 days of receiving an order and our customers typically receive their orders within a few days of shipping. Please note that we have no control over customs authorities in your country, which may from time to time delay the delivery of a package or, in rare situations, request for additional information or fees. We will do our best to assist you with any customs issues. Just reach out to us! 

This work shirt is made of heavyweight "Midare Kasuri Check" woven with #8 yarn. This original check fabric is made of uneven slub yarns woven warp to weft and weft to create a random kasuri pattern. By topping it with beige to give it depth, it is finished with a kinari color. the slubby yarn of the kinari color is blended in with it. Nut buttons are used for the buttons. "Midare Kasuri Check" was born by crossing Japanese kimono culture and Western workwear and characterized by its warm and cozy texture.


Midare-Kasuri
Indigo-dyed Kasuri Kimono became popular as daily wear for the common people of Japan. The Kasuri pattern of dark blue and white woven together is a traditional Japanese textile with a simple texture that is familiar to the Japanese people. It is said that Kasuri originated in India. In Japan, it is said to have been introduced to Japan via Ryukyu during the Edo period. It came to be called Kasuri because the pattern appears faded. In Japan, a large number of Kasuri were born in each region, unparalleled in the world. This time, D'Artisan has created an original "Midare-Kasuri" fabric based on the theme of kasuri, which is very familiar to the Japanese people. This fabric is made of uneven slub yarns woven warp to weft and weft to create a disorderly Kasuri pattern. It is a cross between Japanese Kimono culture and Western workwear. The result is a fabric with a warm and cozy texture.

We are proud to offer free express worldwide shipping on orders over $150.

We use world-class courier companies like EMS, FedEx and DHL to ship products.

We strive to ship from our warehouse within 2 to 3 days of receiving an order and our customers typically receive their orders within a few days of shipping. Please note that we have no control over customs authorities in your country, which may from time to time delay the delivery of a package or, in rare situations, request for additional information or fees. We will do our best to assist you with any customs issues. Just reach out to us!