There are quite a variety of ways to use noren in the room. For example, partitioning space, substituting for a door, lightly shielding light, and hanging as a tapestry.
The refreshing green makes you feel relaxed. The quiet bamboo forest for your room.
Plum blossoms are one of the flowers that are loved by the Japanese people. The modest beauty represent is suitable for the Japanese culture.
The Great Wave off Kanagawa
Temari is a traditional Japanese handball with geometric embroideries. The patterns are so beautiful.
Dragonfly, two colors
This doorway curtain has the two calm colors of green and cream. And the nine dragonfly lightly flutter about. The material is 100% polyester.
The elegant iris noren made by the craftman Takumi. The refreshing flowers with the light brushstrokes stands at the edge of the water.
Seven beckoning cats
Unlike the other noren, this door curtain is long from side to side, 33.5 x 33.5 x 11.8 inches. What the seven cats beckon? Of course, good fortune!
The lucky cat (Maneki-neko) is one of the traditional Japanese good luck charms. Please check the Kutani-yaki and Kiyomizu-yaki cramic Maneki-neko.
A crane is the bird that represents the long-life in Japan. And the people love the bird for the beauty. There are the seasonal plants in the moon-like circle on the noren.
Kanji has the unique beauty in its shapes. “和” means harmony and Japanese. The door curtain would bring the warm breeze into your home.