This is a nagoya style obi. That means that one end has been folded in half and sewn shut to facilitate ease of wear. The opposite end is the full width of a traditional obi.
Kikukarakusa (菊唐草, きくからくさ) is a traditional pattern of chrysanthemum (kiku) and foliage tendrils (karakusa) you can see on many different Japanese creations. Karakusa is a lucky symbol.
condition: fair vintage
material: silk, metalic threads
手丈length of narrow section: 89.5"
Dry clean only
Disclaimer: Due to vintage nature these items may show minor wear from age and handling
Made in Japan