Arimatsu Shibori, the traditional craft of Nagoya, has a long history since Edo period, and those items of Cucuri are designed to match modern lifestyles. Cucuri has various kinds of products and tries to produce new ones every season.
Their items are washable, wrinkle resistant, and even includes unisex designs.
What is Arimatsu Shibori?
Arimatshu Shibori, produced in Arimatsu area, Nagoya prefecture, is a tie-dyed fabric.
It has 8 different processes to be made manually with small details and is still loved by many people.
The History of Cucuri
Yamagami, the representative of a tie-dyed brand, and Imai who is a designer established Cucuri in 2014.
Their exhibition has been opened at department stores in some primary cities in Japan and even at Fashion Night Out and NEW YORK NOW in overseas.
Now, Cucuri has provided original cloths and tie-dye processed in response to requests.