Fine silk and wool are used.
Sha refers to thin, translucent fabric that has been woven using a special, traditional Japanese technique.
In this technique, warp yarns are twisted and woven to produce a cool, translucent quality.
Weaving sha requires a high level of expertise and special skill, and because it must be woven slowly and carefully, this technique requires a huge amount of time and effort.
There are now only a handful of weavers in Japan who can use this technique.
This tie is a masterpiece produced by highly skilled Japanese craftsmen.
In addition, for this product, a raised texture is applied to the transparent fabric to give it a warm feel.