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興味を拡散させちゃダメだがアイヌの意匠も興味深い。あの炎のような曲線のシンメトリ... Okinawa, Japanese Ornaments, Ainu People, Native Design, Japan Design, Japanese Textiles, Indigenous Art, Album Design, Textile Patterns

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興味を拡散させちゃダメだがアイヌの意匠も興味深い。あの炎のような曲線のシンメトリ...

Another Ainu Kimono because bold design is love Folk Embroidery, Japanese Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery Needles, Japanese Textiles, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Ainu People, Art Japonais

WONDERFUL EMBROIDERY PATTERNS INTO AINU KIMONO

Ainu kimono is a short kimono worn by the Ainu on the island of Yezo, now Hokkaido, north of Japan. The Ainu traditional clothing is often created with attush, a light but durable fabric made ​​from the bark of elm trees. Its golden color provides the perfect background for beautiful patterns and motifs in contrast, created from precious scraps of cotton fabric and silk thread obtained from the Japanese. These drawings, which are located at the openings and edges of garments, they serve as…

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Robe with appliquéd traditional design Ainu Cotton, appliquéd, embroidered, and printed Centimetres: (length), 140 (width) century. Folk Embroidery, Japanese Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery Scissors, Embroidery Supplies, Learn Embroidery, Embroidery Needles, Japanese Textiles, Japanese Kimono

WONDERFUL EMBROIDERY PATTERNS INTO AINU KIMONO

Ainu kimono is a short kimono worn by the Ainu on the island of Yezo, now Hokkaido, north of Japan. The Ainu traditional clothing is often created with attush, a light but durable fabric made ​​from the bark of elm trees. Its golden color provides the perfect background for beautiful patterns and motifs in contrast, created from precious scraps of cotton fabric and silk thread obtained from the Japanese. These drawings, which are located at the openings and edges of garments, they serve as…

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Ainu (Japan), Apron, plant fiber/cotton, c. Japanese Textiles, Japanese Fabric, Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Ainu People, Japan Crafts

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suchasensualdestroyer: “Ainu (Japan), Apron, plant fiber/cotton, c. 1890. ”

This is a spectacular Ainu coat / roabe Robe Date: century Culture: Japan (Ainu) Medium: Cotton The decoration of attush robes and those made from cotton, like this example, feature embroidery alone or both applique and embroidery. Japanese Textiles, Japanese Prints, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese Design, Shibori, Ainu People, Kimono Design, Folk Costume

Robe | Japan (Ainu) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The decoration of attush robes and those made from cotton, like this example, feature embroidery alone or both applique and embroidery. Most of the textiles applied to this robe are white, but both bright red and printed cotton were also used

The Ainu or the Aynu It means a human, an ancient population of the Japanese islands. Once also the Ainu lived in Russia and in the lower reaches of […] Ainu People, Authentic Costumes, Mitochondrial Dna, Martial, Japan Photo, Folk Costume, People Of The World, Japan Fashion, First Nations

Ainu people

Ainu dance performer Ayaka Ono holds the stringed 'tonkori,' one of the indigenous ethnic group's traditional musical instruments.

Wife of Ainu village chief stitching dress using fish-bone needle and thread made from bark, Shiraoi, 1946 by Alfred Eisenstaedt Ainu People, Costume Ethnique, Renaissance, Japanese Textiles, Japanese Fabric, Humor Grafico, Japanese Embroidery, Embroidery Techniques, First Nations

Ainu LIFE village wife stiching dress using fishbone needle and thread made from bark

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Samurai Formal Surcoat (Jinbaori), c. Wool felt appliqués and silk chain-stitch embroidery on wool felt; trimmed with resist dyed deerskin and tortoiseshell button; lined with metallic brocaded silk Japanese Textiles, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese Design, Japanese Outfits, Japanese Fashion, Japanese Clothing, Kabuki Costume, Chain Stitch Embroidery

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aleyma: “Samurai-class man’s winter formal surcoat (jinbaori), made in Japan in the 18th-early 19th century (source). ”