Takarajima Senkou - Scarf


Wrap yourself in the unique beauty of this special scarf from Takarajima Senkou in Fukuoka prefecture. Made with natural dyes, each piece is one-of-a-kind and absolutely gorgeous. 


The patterns are created by arranging the stencil and spraying techniques used in paintings onto the wrinkled fabric.

  • Material: cupra 48%, tencel 52%
  • Dyed with ink, myricaceae tree bark , iron mordant
  • Approximate size: 29.5" x 29.5"


The patterns are inspired by the traditional Japanese hard round candy called "Konpeito”. Used the traditional dying method of making patterns by pressing cloth between carved wooden boards called “Itajime” technique.

  • Material: cupra 48%, tencel 52%
  • Dyed with indigo, myricaceae tree bark , iron mordant
  • Approximate size: 29.5" x 29.5"

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  • Material: cupra 48%, tencel 52%
  • Dyed with ink, logwoodmyricaceae tree bark , iron mordant
  • Approximate size: 29.5”x 26.5”

Handling of naturally dyed products

Please note that the products are all manually dyed with natural dyes which might be slight irregularities in color and patterns. These irregularities are the hallmark of hand dyed products and make each exquisite piece one-of-its-kind. Natural dye, especially indigo, may discolor and stain other clothes for the first few times wearing.

Care instruction

  • Gentle machine wash in cold water or hand wash recommended. Wash colors separately. 
  • Hand dry in shade
  • Neutral detergent to keep color fading to a minimum.
  • Wash separately from other clothing for the first few washes to avoid stains on other clothes.
  • Do not use detergent with fluorescent agents, bleach, and any stain remover.
  • Citrus juice may discolor fabric. Please rinse the stained point immediately.
  • Natural dye will fade slowly and gradually with use, which will become your own unique color.


  • Please avoid direct sunlight as it may cause color to fade.


Takarajima Senkou is a small dyeing factory founded by Chiharu Ohgomori in 2001. It is located in a small town in Fukuoka prefecture on Kyushu Island. Takarajima Senkou is dedicated to reviving traditional textile and dyeing skills. They are working hard to make these techniques more accessible for everyone who loves timelessly crafted clothes and products. They offer natural materials combined with handcrafted workmanship that people can feel connected to their heritage through their clothing. Their mission is to bring back long-lasting clothing that celebrates sustainable fashion without sacrificing affordability or quality. The vision at Takarajima Senkou is to ensure that more people can experience and appreciate the timeless beauty of handmade goods. They have respect for tradition and commitment towards environmental sustainability.