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A process of  "Kinsai". An artisan decorates the cloth with gold leafs. ©Yuzen Marusho #yuzen #kimono #wedding

A process of "Kinsai". An artisan decorates the cloth with gold leafs. ©Yuzen Marusho #yuzen #kimono #wedding

A process of  "Sashi-Yuzen".  An artisan inserts some coloers to the cloth. ©Yuzen Marusho #yuzen #kimono #wedding

A process of "Sashi-Yuzen". An artisan inserts some coloers to the cloth. ©Yuzen Marusho #yuzen #kimono #wedding

These beautiful prints are salesman's samples of kimono cloth designs. Salespeople would bring these pieces to kimono makers in order to showcase the different patterns available. With its origins as

Japanese Textile Design

These beautiful prints are salesman's samples of kimono cloth designs. Salespeople would bring these pieces to kimono makers in order to showcase the different patterns available. With its origins as

Japan National Tourism Organization | Attractions | Art & Spots | Tourist Facilities of Japan | Traditional Handicrafts | Kyo Yuzen dyeing

Japan National Tourism Organization | Attractions | Art & Spots | Tourist Facilities of Japan | Traditional Handicrafts | Kyo Yuzen dyeing

Japanese shop curtain, Noren 暖簾 "Noren are traditional Japanese fabric dividers, hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in windows. Commonly, noren have one or more vertical slits cut from the bottom to nearly the top of the fabric, allowing for easier passage or viewing."

Japanese shop curtain, Noren 暖簾 "Noren are traditional Japanese fabric dividers, hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in windows. Commonly, noren have one or more vertical slits cut from the bottom to nearly the top of the fabric, allowing for easier passage or viewing."

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