The Yoshiwara Tsunagi is a three-dimensional pattern, which resembles squares strung together in a chain.
Yoshiwara is the name of a historic red-light district and it is said that this pattern was used as the shop curtain of a tea shop, where the owner introduced clients to the women.
The pattern symbolizes the hard time getting out of the red-light district, just like trying to get out of being chained.
On the other hand, this pattern also represents the connections in human relationship and is considered, to this day, a symbol of good luck
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Country of Manufacture Japan material 100% cotton 30 count yarn used weight Approx. 35g washing When washing use a mild detergent.