■ Manshou Kire（72cm ✕ 9m Benberg ✕ Cotton）
It is a fabric with a gentle color that has a crown pattern or a vegetation pattern on a plain color. It is a very popular fabric that is used for top and bottom in the three-tiered surface of hanging scroll. The three most popular species, Tenpei Hokan Peony, Ancient Flower Mirror, and Syujaku Small Karakusa, are 100 cm wide.
■ Pure Silk Kodai Par（72cm ✕ 9m巻 Silk ✕ Silk Pongee）
It is a pure silk fabric made by weaving a pongee, which is characterized by twisting, which was developed in Kyoto in the 1965s. It is a fissure that you can feel a unique texture even in a plain pattern by adding pongee.
■ Kodai Shike（68cm ✕ 9m巻 Silk ✕ Silk）
It is a fabric that has been often used in the top and bottom of hanging scroll for tea ceremony since ancient times. Like the pongee, the ancient Shike has a unique atmosphere even in the plain due to the knots of the thread, and it is ideal for the shaft and frame of calligraphy or Haiku.
■ Men Shina Par（72cm ✕ 9m Benberg ✕ Cotton ）
It is used for the top and bottom in the normal three-tiered surface of hanging scroll. It is the most commonly used fabrics because it is available in plain and elegant colors and is affordable.