Private resting room / Wall Decoration (The legend of the Precious Stone)
Wakamatsu Satoshi(Ehime traditional craftsman)(Jizaiku-konya (all handmade dyeing) Wakamatsu Flag Shop)
In tsutsugaki-dyeing, patterns are drawn by hand on a Japanese paper tube filled with glutinous rice paste, which is then squeezed out. The characteristic feature of this technique is that the paste leaves a white background, allowing lines and outlines to be expressed that do not appear on paper stencils. Jizaiku Konya Wakamatsu Hataten has a history of more than 190 years since the end of the Edo period, and currently produces a wide variety of works, including festival costumes, shrine crests, banners, and Tsuji banners. At this facility, they are decorating the walls of the private rooms with original works based on the theme of the legend of the Precious Stone, in which Okuninushi no Mikoto and Sukunahikona no Mikoto appear.