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日本の良さを発見しましょ。

Meet JAPAN in the Fantastic World.

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反物

TANMONO

 It’s Japanese traditional KIMONO fabric such as natural materials woven using silk thread, cotton thread, hemp thread etc. It is usually in a rolled up shape, TAN-MONO.

  The product itself is called TAN-MONO and the standard lengrh KIJAKU size is normally from 36cm wide × 1200cm long. Hand made TAN-MONO is one product which is not to be found in anywhere generally. 

 There are two dyeing methods mainly. One method is to weave with dyed thread. TAN-MONO which is woven with Plant-dyed is valuable. The other method is dyed using stencil patterns in a variety of ways. The stencil pattern is made from the WASHI-paper. 
 KIMONO fabric is designed by hand drawing or stencil painting or hand weaving, often to be created by in combination with these techniques. KIMONO can be described as Fine Art. 

 You can customize color and drawing as you like.

OBIJIME【帯締め】

 Functionable woven bride when you put KIMONO. Keep stable Sash-OBI- by banded and tied with it. 
 

OBIDOME【帯留め】

 A fancy ornament as like "broach". To put the Accessory on OBIJIME. It is included detailed traditional craftsmanship and collectable masterpiece such as Antiques.
 

OBIAGE【帯揚げ】

 Fashion goods for Sash-OBI-. It does work as the material of color coordination of KIMONO. 

和装小物
wasou-komono

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