Since it is hand-dyed one by one, the finished expression will change even if you dye it the same way.
I would like you to understand this as a characteristic of hand-dyeing.
*Natural lye fermentation
Sukumo, which ferments pesticide-free self-grown indigo for 3 months with only water, is further fermented with lye to make it a fermented dye.
It is an ancient dyeing method that does not use any chemicals and is kind to both the body and the Japan environment.
At Hi-COLOR handworks, indigo dyeing is a fermented garment. We call it living clothes.
* Indian mudder
As the name suggests, it was named [Akane] because the root is red. This root is said to have blood-purifying, detoxifying, and tonic effects, and is also the oldest red dye used in Japan, and the red of the Japanese flag is dyed with this dye.