Tsumami-zaiku is a traditional Japanese fabric craft designated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Governmenthat has continued for over 200 years since the Edo period.
At that time, the women of the Imperial Court were making handicrafts with the cloth of their kimonos. Tsumami means pinch. Zaiku means handiwork. The glue that we use is starch paste.
You can experience it in Tokyo, so why not make it a memory or a souvenir?