The body covering the body part of the body is called Migoro, the front part is the Mae-migoro, the back is the Ushiro-migoro.
Japan’s proprietary ‘Shitsukou'(lacquer work) art that sowed gold, silver powder, color powder, etc. on top of painting lacquer and represents a picture pattern on the surface of the container. It starts from the Nara era(710-794).
It is mainly triangular portion attached to clothes and bags. Kimono with “Machi” is Haori, Hakama etc. Kimono is not necessarily a triangular cloth, a woman’s Haori or Hifu is a trapezoid with an upper side of 1.5 cm, a base of 6 to 6.5 cm, a male Haori has a triangle with a base of 7 to 7.5 cm.
Maru obi is used it for formal dressing. For a daytime band where two fissures were stitched on the front and back, a band made by folding a single crack in half. The current roundwood is tailored to fold the ribbon of about 65 to 75 cm in weaving width (1 to 7 in 2 scale). However, since the round band is difficult to tighten on a heavy top, recently, it is more frequently substituted by a ‘Fukuro Obi’.
The length from the long shoulder mountain to the hem. Long wearing of a woman, the length added to about 20 cm in the dress length, the men’s the same size as the dress
A pattern of a spliced paper that Mr. Michinaga Fujiwara liked. In the expression that seems to be disappeared with fingers, it has a gentle flow and is surrounded by a rich line of change.
One of Kimono’s cutting methods and a long wear for an infant about 2 years old. Because there is back stitching, the shape is good, but because the width is the same size as a single person, it can not be worn for too long. Currently not worn so much.
Front width and rear width of Kimono’s body.
The edge of the fabric. A part woven on both sides of the fabric using a thread different from the ground, or tissue density. The purpose is to protect the fabric of the fabric.
Body of a garment of women’s and children’s Kimono. Yawn mouth aside, called the swing of the sleeve. Sometimes the thing called Sode yatsu guchi.
One of the way to taste Kimono. Tailored using the same fabric for both front and lining. There is a musou-haori / musou-sode etc.
For under staining and pre-dyeing, in order to obtain the desired color, it means coloring after being dyed once.
A technique to wash parts to which “Mon (crests9” are attached, and to wash glue, dirt, etc.
Gauze woven pattern. A ground with a ground pattern. Fabric used for midsummer.
Anti-sticking glue used when attaching crests such as family crests. Or, it means to conduct the contamination.