Shosoin Japanese Textile Book
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This very interesting collection is a mini-encyclopedia of Japanese textiles.
Each volume is written by a specialist, historian or museum curator.

I: TEXTILE SHOSOIN
by Kaneo MATSUMOTO.
7th and 8th centuries, Persian influence

II: TSUJIGAHANA
by Shigeki KAWAKAMI.
Muromachi, 1333-1573 in Momoyama, 1542-1616

III: C LOTHES OF SAMURAI WARRIORS
by Nobuhiko MARUYAMA
. in the Keio

IV period : KOSODE
by Iwao NAGASAKi
. Muromachi, Momoyama periods, start of the Edo period and Kambun period

V: YUZEN DYEING
by Nobuhiko MARUYAMA
From the Edo period

VI: FURISODE
by Iwao NAGASAKI.
Clothes with very loose sleeves for young girls

VII: JAPANESE EMBROIDERY
by Shigeki KAWAKAMI.
Embroidery from the Asuka, Nara, Kamakura, Muromachi, Momoyama and Edo periods, Chinese and Buddhist influence

VIII : NOH
COSTUMES by Ken KIRIHATA.
Theater costumes

IX: KYOGEN COSTUMES
by Ken KIRIHATA
. Humorous theater, both through dialogue and gestures

X: KABUKI COSTUMES
by Ken KIRIHATA.
Theater costumes

XI: JAPANESE TIE-DYEING
by HirokoO
. The art ofshibori in Tohoku, Nagoya, kyoto and Kyushu

XII: JAPANESE IKAT
by Kichiemon OKAMURA

XIII: KOGIN AND SASHIKO STITCH
by Kiyoko OGIKUBO.
Sewing stitch

XIV: SUTSUGAKI TEXTILES
by Sachio YOSHIOKA
. A particular method of coloring the fabric and its main patterns

XV KATAZOME, KOMON, CHUGATA
by Kenji KANEKO.
Stencil coloring

XVI: THE CLOTHES OF THE AINU PEOPLE
by Kichiemon OKAMURA.
People of the most northern islands of Japan: Hokkaido, Kurile and Sakhalin

XVII: JAPANESE MODERN TEXTILES
by Kenzo FUJII

XVIII:RYUKYU BINGATA
by Sachio YOSHIOKA.
Special method of coloring fabric

XIX: MEIBUTSUGIRE
by Ken KIRIHATA.
Type of clothing used for tea ceremonies, mainly Chinese influence
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