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Kimono Index [H]

Kimono dictionary

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Haku

Using foaming property of metal, the Haku(foil) stretched out until it becomes a thin film shape is called foil. Especially, gold and silver are superior in spreadability, they are preferred also from the luxury feeling of precious metals, and have long been used as materials for Haku( foils).

Hakukukuri

One of gold color processing. Technique to draw contours of patterns with gilt silver foil wire.

Hajaku

It is a collective term for short fabrics woven for coat.

Hakkake

Cloth for women, such as long wear and cotton wool, attached to the bottom of the hem. It is also called hemming. It was the origin of the name that the total length was judged into a total of eight, four body, two, two collars and a total of eight.

Hara

When fastening the band, it is the part before the waistline. A word for the drum.

Hi

Hikikiri

One of the dying techniques. Contaminated with 1 color

Hikimono

In general, there are two counterbalances of a small fabric.

HItta

In the drawing technique, it is called Kanoko, there is a Suribitta(sliding paddy) that rubs the dye with a brush using a paper pattern, and a Kakibitta(drawing) by a hand-drawn drawing using a brush. In addition, there are Noribitta(glue soda) that can be stained using glue control.

Hitoe

Long wearing a single tailoring. As summer, It is weared from early summer to early autumn.

Hitokoshi

In woven fabrics, we count warp yarns as 1, 2 yarns, and weft yarns are counted as Ichi-koshi and Ni-koshi. It refers to a silk fabric (crepe ) that alternately uses a left-handed yarn to the weft and a strong twist of the right-handed twist. = Ichi-koshi chilimen.

Hitotsumi

For trimming (large figures) and middle cutting (four pieces), we call it Kodachi(triangle) together with three objects. Long arrival for children from infants until about 2 years old.

Hitotsume Kanoko

One of the diaphragm techniques. It is a technique which narrows the interval between the grain and grain drawn in the drawing and narrows it finely, and it is characterized by the place where it fits in the small grain.

Hinagata

Before creating Kimono, draw on the design assuming the real thing. Drafting to draw before drawing the underlying picture.

Hiyoku

The part which corresponds to long wear underwear tailored exclusively. It seems that two identical cloths overlap, so this name is.
There are two types of Hon-hiyoku and Tsuke-hiyoku. “Hon-hiyoku” is a tailor made by sewing together the seamstress of the wing with the seamstress of the lining of the outer lining. “Tsuke-hiyoku” can be removed. Current Tomesode are often those of “Tsuke-hiyoku”.

Hiyoku-jitate

How to tailor a kimono that makes you look like you are wearing two piles (Kasane). Sew down the underwear of collar, standing, hem, cuffs and swing to clothing, make it look like a layering.

Hira-nui

One of embroidery techniques. A way to pierce a wide face flatly, without gaps so that yarns do not overlap vertically, horizontally, and obliquely. It is mainly used for flat yarns, used for many patterns such as flowers and birds.

Bingata

Dyeing dye with a unique dyeing tone born in Okinawa, characterized by intense, versatile and brilliant points. Representative staining of Japan alongside Yuzen Dye and Edo Komon. It is now also produced in Shizuoka, Tokyo, Kyoto and so on.

Fu

Fuki

In the way of tailoring such as Awase and Wataire(cotton), the cuffs and the edges of the hem are part of the back cloth protruding a little from the front cloth. Apart from the Mon-fuku, cuffs 2 mm, hem 4 mm standard. Special examples remaining at present include costumes of Bunraku dolls, Kabuki costumes, Bride costumes (Uchikake etc).

Fukusa

It is a thing to hang over or to wrap over a gift, size, geology, pattern depends on the application. Recently Fukusa is mainly used for wrapping gift bags for gifts and disgrunes. Small Furoshiki(wrapping cloth). There are things that made red or purple or red of chirimen , or things that changed the fabric on the front and back, and made them tailored.

Fukuro Obi

It is a belt of a woman who is used for a rough dress, with a length of 4 meters and a width of about 30 centimeters. It is used instead of a round dress for dressing such as sleeves.

Funori

One of the seaweeds. After drying, boil and paste. Mahonori is the highest quality. It is used as a paste, such as Hikizome(coloring of dyeing ) and Yuzen.

Furi

The name of the part from the sleeve to the bottom of the sleeve.

Furi

The name of the part from the sleeve to the bottom of the sleeve.

Furi chigai

It refers to the inner sleeve on the left (front sleeve) and the outer sleeve on the right (back sleeve).

Bunko

Paper that wraps Kimono, fabric, fukusa, etc. Especially wrapping kimono is called a ‘Kosode bunko’.

He

Beni shita

When silk cloth is blackened, it should be dyed under red. An effect of increasing the depth of black can be obtained. Also, indigo and under dyeing is called indigo, and it stains in elegant black including bluish.

Ho

Boshi shibori

One of the dyed technique. Depending on the size of the diaphragm, there are big hat, medium hat and small hat. Besides, there are Taiko boshi(drum hat) and Gyaku boshi(reverse hat) etc. Put the thread in the contour line of the pattern, wrap the core when tightening the thread, tighten by applying a thread insertion line around the core. I put the paper and vinyl over the stain-proof part and put it on, so It got this name because it looks like it covered a hat.

Bokashi zome

It is used for Kimono ‘s groundbreaking technique, dyed it up with blurring while changing its density and changing its color. One shade shade blur is ‘Tomo-bokashi’, or it is called ‘Noutan-bokashi'(shading blur). The multicolor blurring is called “Akebono-bokashi”, and the stepwise change of it is called “Dan-bokashi.”

Hosyoku

When two colors are mixed, when it becomes gray or black, the two colors are complementary colors of each other. Red and blue green etc.