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Kimono Index [N]

Kimono dictionary

Na

Nagagi

Widely used widely for kimono, among tailoring companies, we distinguish shorts like Nagagi (long wear), long coats such as hoofs and coats, and Hanmono (half-something).

Nagoya Obi

A band which made the knot part to be an ordinary width and the rest a half width.

Nashi jiori

A weave similar to a grid, showing the appearance resembling the epidermis of pear fruits on the cloth face.

Nanguri

Dye difficulty, inspect whether weakness has not occurred. While winding cloth at each stage of processing, not only find difficulties, but also check if there are no factors that will cause them.
By early detection, it can be prevented by precise processing.

Ni

Nikawa

Boil the animal’s skin, bones, tendons and the like with water and further boil the obtained liquid, and dried product is gelatin. When boiled in water it melts, becomes a sticky liquid, and it coagulates when it cools. Utilizing this property, it is used to fix pigments and the like to the fabric.

Nishiki

A generic name for silk patterned fabrics with weave patterns woven using color threads. Also called Ayanishiki, it refers to something luxurious and beautiful in fabrics. It was founded in China’s Qin period. In Japan, it is seen in relics such as Shosoin and Horyuji. Originally produced in Kyoto, it has been produced in Kaga (Ishikawa Prefecture) · Echizen (Fukui Prefecture) · Tango (Northern part of Kyoto Prefecture) · District in Yamanashi Prefecture · Sendai (Miyagi Prefecture) etc. since the middle of the Edo period.

Nu

Nuikomi

When sewing clothes, do not cut off the remainder of the cloth and sew it. Also sewn part. Convenient because it can be used at the time of repairing. Sewing of the collar tip and collar attachment also performs a unique process of Japanese clothing that also serves as a core for adjusting the collar.

Nuijime

One of the stamens. A method of tightening and dyeing the thread sewing the part of the pattern. There are many things such as sewing only the outline of the pattern, sewing a certain section to form a bag, squeezing it by winding a thread also on that part, folding the cloth in half, and squeezing it with shallow knob stitches.

Nuishiro

Unnecessary part outside the seam, invisible from the outside. Unlike the dressmaking, it does not cut off, so if you solve it and finish off the edge, you have the advantage of returning to the original one.

Nuitori

Generally, it refers to the weave direction of the sewing machine, and the picture / handle is partially woven in. Also embroidered letters and patterns by embroidery, also refers to embroidery techniques. .

Nuregaki

It is a type of Musen-Yuzen, expressing emphasis on the feeling of blur. We wet the fabric and hand-draw the pattern with a brush or a brush, so bleeding occurs. The color is soft and creates a distinctive taste.

Nuremushi

One of steaming methods. Since the dough is steamed without drying, since the steaming process is carried out in a state of high moisture, diffusion migration of the dye becomes easy and an effective coloring effect is obtained. Handling method , etc. Steaming method suitable for things using a large amount of glue.

Ne

Nenshi

It is also referred to as “yori thread” by an operation of sticking one or more threads. Twisting is one of the main factors determining the strength, extensibility, hardness, thickness, gloss, roundness etc. of yarn.

No

Noge

A gilt slit cut long and sliced.

Nori itome

One of the materials of the thread glue placement. It is a paste made by mixing glutinous rice flour, rice cracker, lime, Suou and all flow down with water.