The silk textile is woven with the Chijimi technique. Chijimi involves using two different threads: a smoothly spun yarn for the vertical line and a heavily twisted spun yarn used for the horizontal line. These two differently spun threads create a textured surface covered with many tiny crinkles called Shibo.
The minimal straight lines around the border are created by leaving parts of the textile undyed. They frame the image of two vibrant, orange flowers contrasted against the calming green dye. On one corner, a small "box" is prepared for the budding flower. Its stem shoots through the box and droops down slightly with the weight of the height. The balance between the pattern and the composition is unusual and modern.