Textiles in the Koronai region of Yamanashi Prefecture have been characterized by "fine count," "high density," and "yarn-dyeing.
"fine count," "high density,"
We have specialized in weaving long fibers such as silk.
Weaving extremely fine yarns (fine count) at high density produces a fabric with a sense of weight and allows for delicate expression.
Compared to weaving thicker yarns at a lower density, it takes more time and effort, and requires more delicate techniques.
Yarn is dyed first and then woven, as opposed to "post-dyeing" or "printing" in which the yarn is dyed after weaving.
Yarns of different colors express deep colors, vividness, and delicate patterns.