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Cloth with a hand-dyed splashed pattern,Tango chirimen. Photo: Kuwajima Kaoru

Creative Workshop ITOASOBI2017

Kyoto Women's University, Lifestyle Design Laboratory

Kyoto Women's University, Lifestyle Design Laboratory
Kyōto-shi, Japan

In addition to chirimen, the Tango area has also served as a production base for Nishijin. Even now, they produce plain silk for dyeing and thus plays an important role as a supply site for dyeing Yuzen and other kimono fabrics. However, in recent years new attempts to create original Tango products and reach out into fields such as western clothing have become an active movement in Tango chirimen development.

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  • Title: Cloth with a hand-dyed splashed pattern,Tango chirimen. Photo: Kuwajima Kaoru
  • Creator: Creative Workshop ITOASOBI
  • Date Created: 2017
  • Subject Keywords: Kyoto Prefecture, Tango chirimen
  • Rights: © Creative Workshop ITOASOBI, Photo © Kuwajima Kaoru

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