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Kimono Index [R]

Kimono dictionary

Ra

Ra

A mesh-like transparent thin fabric. The warp is intertwined complicatedly and has an appearance resembling a knitted fabric. Many are woven in the era of Chinese Kan, also seen in ancient fissures of Shosoin collection. A combination of fine mesh weave and coarse basketball weave is used, and a representation of a pattern is called “Monro”.

Rakkan

Indication of the author with a sign pressed in hand-drawn kimono or obi. Kimonos are often pushed downwards, bands tucked away.

Raden

Particles that release nacre, such as walnut shells and butterfly shellfish, are cut into various pieces and used for decoration.

Re

Reiju

Respectful, mysterious, nonexistent beast. Kirin ,Ryu , Phoenix etc.

Renjumon

A pattern with continuous beads. Founded in Sasanian Persia, it is transmitted to Japan through China. A stubborn sentence on the circular belt part of the circle is called “Renjutsu-enmon.” Many are found in woven fabrics remaining in Horyuji, Shosoin collection.

Ro

Ro

Tangled fabric with organization that combines sawed and plain weave. Hiraro,Ayaro, etc. used for the summer Kimono fabric.

Roketsu-zome

Draw a pattern on cloth using a brush or a brush to heat the wax and melt it. In addition, there is a method of fixing a wax to the cloth face like a glue paste, to prevent dye solution from entering, and to dye the pattern. Using this method, if you overlap colors, a unique color taste that is tasty is expressed. Types of waxes include paraffin, beeswax, wood wax and the like. The birthplace of the Roketsu -some is said to be India, it is transmitted to Japan through various countries such as Persia, Egypt, the southern island country, China, etc. History is old, and Javanese Saga is a representative one. In Japan, one of the ‘Tempyo no sankechi’, called by the name of ‘Yuihata’, is left in the Shosoin collection.

Rokutsu

About 60% of the entire band refers to a band that is patterned, also called a ‘Rtookusyaku-toshi’.