Komorebiagasa: Tree shade umbrella

Komorebiagasa: Tree shade umbrella

In Japanese, Komorebi refers to the moment when sunlight passes through the gaps in trees, casting leaf-shaped shadows on people.

Design Complicity has incorporated this idea cleverly into their photorealistic leaf-print umbrella which recreates the Komorebi effect.

Something this cute and unusual can only come from Japan.

This lovely novelty umbrella will certainly make you stand out from the crowd on both sunny and rainy days.

It measures at 50cm in diameter, and 73cm long, with a handle made of wood.

 

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