Kirsikankukka Fabric

Kirsikankukka Fabric

Designer: Aino Aalto

Year: 2019

Evoking spring cherry blossoms, the Kirsikankukka textile pattern was created by Aino Aalto in 1933, inspired by a gift given to her by Madame Ichikawa, the wife of the Japanese ambassador to Finland. In celebration of the friendship between Finland and Japan, Artek re-introduces a cotton textile with Kirsikankukka pattern, printed in Kyoto.

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Designer: Aino Aalto

Year: 2019

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The Kirsikankukka fabric is sold by the meter and lends itself as an interior textile, used as a table cloth, bed throw or curtains.
Cherry blossom returns to Japan

Cherry blossom returns to Japan

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A family-run printing house in Kyoto applies an age-old art to a rediscovered textile design