Rose – Japanese Textile Design Guide : Kimono Patterns of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Periods

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This book is a collection of rose-patterned textiles selected by Ranko Nagata, owner of LUNCO, a popular antique kimono store in Mejiro, using a variety of dyeing, weaving, embroidery, and other techniques found in Japanese kimono patterns.

The rose pattern is the only kimono pattern that is allowed to be worn throughout the year among floral patterns, which are often limited to certain seasons when worn. One of the charms of the rose pattern is that it can be enjoyed regardless of the season, and it is also a popular pattern that can be depicted in a variety of ways, from neat and tidy to elegant and luxurious.
It is a popular pattern.
There are many rose patterns drawn in diverse expressions from the Meiji to the early Showa periods.

Pages:
254
ISBN:
978-4416518373
Release Date:
April, 2018
Language:
Japanese
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Ranko Nagata

Owner of “Cloth and Toy LUNCO” in Mejiro, Tokyo. From an early age, she liked to make things, and became absorbed in painting and making glass. When she went to an antique market to look for hints for glass making, she came across a piece of old cloth and was fascinated by it.

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Weight 901 g
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