One of the patterning of Kosode. The pattern was arranged in the part of the sleeve of the long sleeve which is close to it, from the late Edo period. Currently, this is the patterning of Tomesode.
The painting design refers to one in which the white fabric is cut before dyeing the fabric, temporarily sewn into the shape of a kimono, and the pattern continues across stitches such as the back, side, side, sleeve or the like.
Temporary sewing at this time is called ‘Eba-nui’ , ‘Kari-Eba shitate’, which is an important process because it gives much influence to the next patterning due to its good or bad. This is the current Furisode, Tomesode, Houmon gi , Haori etc.
Haori that temporarily sewed white cloth and dyed the pattern across the stitch. Like long-wearing Eba, the pattern is a series.
A tool for passing wind and stretching wrinkles by wearing kimono after wearing. It is also used to make folds correctly. Japanese clothes hanger
The name of the portion corresponding to the neckline of the garment. The long collar has a collar, and the collar has a long collar and a half collar.
It is also called Kagebari, it is to apply a corner with an adhesive tape, sulfuric acid paper, etc. outside the outline of the part to be processed, such as gold color or yuzen.