The entire surface is designed with kaleidoscope-like patterns of karahana, and each karahana is carefully hand-painted by craftsmen. Karaka is a flower pattern that was popular in China during the Tang dynasty, and under the influence of that, it was prized in Japan during the Nara period. It is a splendid pattern. The design consists of a lotus flower and peonies in the center of the design, surrounded by double and triple wreaths with fan-shaped lateral flower patterns connected by arcs. It is characterized by the fact that it spreads concentrically in multiple layers from the center toward the outside. Since ancient times, it has been mainly used as a pattern for weft brocade.