Hakata-ori is a popular local craft good sold in Hakata, Fukuoka Prefecture. Considered among the three top textiles in Japan, it is a traditional fabric that has been in use since the Kamakura period (1185-1333 CE). During the Edo period (1603-1868 CE), Kuroda Nagamasa sent Hakata-ori textiles as tribute to the shogunate. The patterns used in those fabrics featured a stripe motif placed in between a "tokko hanazara" pattern used in tribute items, so the pattern came to be called the "tribute pattern" and became an emblem of Hakata-ori. Now, Knot's original strap features that Hakata-ori in that classic tribute pattern. Enjoy history and tradition on your wrist with this pattern.
※Lug width 18mm, buckle width 18mm model.
※Total length 225mm
※corresponding arm size(when wearing case diameter 36 mm watch): 140 to 185 mm
※Drilling service is not available.
Please note that the partial design of straps and buckles are subject to change without notice.