The iromuji Kimono is a plain kimono dyed with single color.
At Chiso, our iromujis are dyed individually
by hand that would ultimately generate the rich hues over the fabric.
Achieving the most beautiful colors
At Chiso, the starting point of dyeing process is to create colors that enhance female beauty. This is also the case with the iromuji.
We use a variety of techniques for each dye and each fabric to achieve the most beautiful colors.
Pursuit of materials and techniques
To express beauty that is appropriate to various occasions, we are very particular about the materials including the luster of the silk and the coloring of the dyes.
The iromuji is a simple kimono of silk dyed with single color. It is rather simple beauty, yet it express great deal by wearing it.
Iromuji dyed with one and only kusaki-zome (pant natural dye) - flagship exclusive
The special kusaki-zome iromuji is the product that emphasising the value of sustainable craftsmanship.
This unique iromuji is made with silk fabric produced entirely in Japan—from the silkworm to the silk thread— and then dyed with natural dyes made from plants.