Particular styles of pesisir batik are delivered in Cirebon, frequently highlighting a cloud design; Madura (an island off the shoreline of Java), which utilizes profound dynamic hues, for example, red and green, and lance like themes; and Pekalongan, the as yet flourishing focus of pesisir batik generation, which produces batik in brilliant hues utilizing botanical themes indicating Chinese and Dutch impact.
West Java is likewise famous for the creation of batik, with a few unmistakable styles. This zone is home to the Sundanese individuals. Sundanese batik uses naturalistic examples, for example, blossoms, plants, feathered creatures and butterflies. The customary generation places for Sundanese batik incorporate Ciamis, including basic plans in dark, white, and dull yellow; the residential community of Garut, which produces conventional Javanese batik in particular hues, for example, dim red, dim green and purple on an ivory foundation; and the area of Banten in the northwest corner of Java, portrayed by pastel hues.
The Japanese control of Java in World War II enlivened a style known as Java Hokokai batik which is outstanding for its complicated detail and Japanese-motivated themes, for example, cherry blooms, butterflies, and chrysanthemums. Java Hokokai batik normally included two separate plans on one bit of material: a legacy of wartime shortage.
The island of Sumatra is likewise home to batik generation. The eastern beach front territory of Jambi had old exchange joins with the north shoreline of Java and produces a comparable style to pesisir batik.