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Japanese Textiles

Through its unique culture of Kimono, Japan developed a broad range of textiles. These are mainly made of cotton or silk and use various dyeing techniques.

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ARIMATSU Tie Dyeing

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The city of Arimatsu is famous for its Tie Dyeing technique of cotton. There are more than 100 tying. Indigo is the most commonly used color.

CHUSEN Dyeing

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Chusen is a dyeing method used on cotton.  It is mainly used to dye textiles for tenugui towels and yukata.

Oshima TSUMUGI Silk

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Tsumugi is unique silk textile dyed using mud. It has mainly been used to make Kimono of highest quality.

KUMIHIMO Silk Cord

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Kumihimo is a silk cord from Kyoto that initially was used to make small ropes for Kimono belts and mizuhiki decoration.

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