In Japan, the okumi is a piece of fabric worn in front of the kimono. The back's stitching and upholstery evoke a kimono garment, as if casually thrown onto the armchair structure which it elegantly ''skirts''. The workmanship of this back and armrests cover shows off deep folds which give it its ''haute couture'' look and at the same time lightness and a bulging relief, a visual expression of comfort. This cape cover, which is a real tailor's feat, is one- piece: dyed in one or two colors, the lined fabric effect visible on the reverse side and in the deep folds of its petticoat accentuates its preciousness. Finally, the impression of comfort is further amplified by the generous seat cushion produced without seat/front fascia joint stitching which reinforces the welcoming volume.