Hana-goza originated from the Okayama prefecture, where it is still the center of production. The grasses are bleached, softened, and dyed with a whole spectrum of colors. Finally, weavers weave the mats. The Hana-goza's grassy outer surface has a great look, feel, and smell. See Amaury Saint-Gilles. "Mingei: Japan's Enduring Folk Arts". Tuttle Publishing, Tokyo (1990). p 68.
|Item Condition||Pre-owned in very good condition. No rips or tears. Please see pictures.|
|Theme||Japanese Folk Crafts|
|Craft Media||Grass/Straw Weaving|
|Merchandise||Straw Flower Mats|
|Original Box/Packaging||Not included.|
|Measure 1||Dimensions: 18.5" (width) x 12" (length)|
|Total Weight||12 oz|