Japanese cotton fabric from the 70s, sold by the metre, width 35cm, white & navy blue, butterflies, vintage, kimono yukata, Japan import

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Vintage Japanese yukata fabric, light blue and navy blue colours/butterflies & leaves pattern. We have 11 metres of this fabric, if you order more than one metre, the fabric will be sent uncut in one long piece.
Made in Japan and imported from Kyoto-Japan. (Z1489)


This fabric is new and unused from the 1970s but in a good condition. Being vintage, there is the occasional spot of foxing, therefore it would benefit from being laundered before using it. Please check photos for item description and condition. Thank you.
Please note: we do our very best to take photos that show the true colours of the items we sell but colours will always vary slightly from one computer to another.

One unit: 100cm x 35cm (39.3” x 13.9”)
Weight for one unit: 50gr

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