The obi (帯) is a typical Japanese belt, worn mainly with kimonos. This elegant roll of red fabric with white stripes is, in all probability, the basis for the elaboration of a Hanhaba obi (otherwise called "half-width obi"), that is to say: one of several women's obi elaborated in different regions of Japan; an unlined and informal obi that is used with a yukata or an everyday kimono and one of the most popular obi even nowadays. A Hanhaba obi is 15 cm wide and 3 to 4 meters long.
This roll is 3.82 meters long and 30.5 cm wide. An essential and valuable design, which can also be reworked to make placemats and runners.
7 cm x 7 cm x 34 cm