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Kimono Index [S]

Kimono dictionary

Sa

Sagara nui

One of embroidery techniques. A way to make a knotted ball on the surface of the cloth and embroider it. Used for men’s stitch patterns and small eye birds’ eyes

Saki Yuzen Kakou

Processing to make a Yuzen process before grinding the ground color by glue sizing.

Sashi Nui

One of embroidery techniques. Align the needle feet on the outline of the pattern, stick it inward, change the color, shade of the color, thickness of the thread, etc. to express picturesque flowers and birds.

Sashi fuse

Generic name of processing method combining rubber threads and glue.

Same komon

One of the patterns of micropatterning. Like shark skin , those which dyed out fine white spots on the fabric surface.

Saya Orimono

One of silk fabrics. The earth is a flat organization and the pattern has four pieces Aya’s stuff. It is also seen in the tint block of white fabric. Threading is almost the same as Rinzu, but Saya is thinner.

Sayomi

It is a kind of cloth in the Nara era, plain weave made from hemp. It is considered to be the highest quality as a plant fiber product. The thread is fine, the thickness is adjusted, thin and light. Good touch. Also known ‘Sayonominuno’.

Sansei senryo

Dyes used for dyeing silk and wool, which are animal fibers.

Si

Jiiro

The color of parts other than patterns and patterns. The color dyed with ironing dyeing and dyeing. Base color of kimono.

Shigoki Zome

Iit is a way of dyeing to paint the color paste on the entire fabric surface with a spatula. Then shake the powder, dry it and steam it. In the Yuzen Dye etc., after putting the pattern paste type pattern, in order to dye the ground color.

Shita some

When dyed with more than two colors of dye, dye it first, a word for the overwrapping. When dyeing a dark color by dyeing, it does not dye at that concentration at a time, it is dyed once at a certain concentration. Then raise it to the target concentration and draw it. Dyeing before that time.

Jinome

It is about the eyes of the vertical and horizontal yarns of cloth dough.

Shibo

With the way of twisting the yarn of the fabric, unevenness like wrinkles appearing on the surface.

Shibori

One of dyeing techniques. Technique to leave a part not dyed partially. Pinch the part to be dyed, tie it with thread, sew with needle, strongly press it, soak it in dye solution and dye it. After dyed, if you unravel the thread, that part becomes a pattern.

Shiminuki

To remove stains that are hard to fall in washing with chemicals such as benzine and dilute ammonia.

Jimon Okoshi

It is a generic name of dyeing processing making use of the pattern woven into fabric. Apply coloring, embroidery, foil and the like to the ground pattern, and express it in a pattern with a three-dimensional feeling. It is applied to the gauge, coat, haori etc.

Sha

It is a transparent fabric for midsummer, it becomes dyed fabric of kimono and coat fabric. Because it has a structure with much space, breathability is good, and beautiful Mokume appears with the hit of light. The gauze that weaves out the pattern is called Monsha.

Junihitoe

Wife clothes, Kara(china) costume clothes, common name of girls’ formal wear. The name that was born around the Kamakura period. It overlapped dozens of Uchiki(= lining).

Juban

Kimono underwear. Originally refers to short-length half-boots. Later it was made from silk. Hada(skin)-Juban is a single wear (Hitoe) that can be worn throughout the four seasons.
It is worn between a kimono.There is something tailored Long-Juban, half-Juban, and Awase.

Shuro

Evergreen tall tree of palm family. Bark is robust so it is resistant to water and moisture, it is used for rope, brush, belt, rug etc.

Joufu

The meaning of an excellent cloth. Heavy linen is made plain weave, light. After the Meiji period, regardless of the breed of the original yarn, the summer clothing fabric which is thin like the upper cloth and has a somewhat hard feel is widely referred to as cloth. Sometimes we call fine silk as upper fabric.

Shiromuku

Meaning white coat without dirt. In ancient times we bleached hemp fabrics well with lye etc. and used it for the garment of God festival. Vestments. Today, it refers to the costume at the time of the wedding ceremony.

Shingi

When wrapping cloth, rod used for core.

Su

Sugaki

It is also called Musen Yuzen. Yuzen painted in a variety of colors freely as paintings directly on the fabric with a brush or a brush containing a dye solution. There is no thread as Sashi Yuzen (Yuzen), so this name is.

Suganui

One of embroidery techniques. Technique to pass thread along the coarse‐textured and fasten it with fine thread.

Suso

The lower edge of clothing, the part that touches the knee or ankle when wearing. Also, there are a hem of the clothes themselves and a hem of the clothes figure.

Sunui

Embroidery patterns expressing the background color, which are dyed or dyed with plain dye or blur dyeing.

Sumigaki

Originally it is one of the techniques of Japanese painting, which refers to something painted in Sumi (black ink). It has used something effective, such as Tsuji ga Hana dye, black ink. It has been used for techniques of dyeing Kosode since ancient times.

Surie

A technique of dyeing a pattern onto a cloth using a mold in one type dye. Using wooden convex molds, dyes and pigments are drawn on fabrics.

Suri Hagashi

One of the gold color techniques. A technique to paste a foil on a pattern, rub it with a brush, peel it off moderately, show the underlying pattern etc through.

Sure

A case of fiber failure. It is caused by friction. A phenomenon in which the glossiness of the cloth surface is partially different.

Se

Seiren

It is a process of removing impurities contained in fibers, also called simply kneading. Boil the dough woven with raw silk in alkaline bath soap and drop sericin. At the same time as refining white texture, refining to increase the dyeing effect.

Sekidashi

One of the methods of tampering. When it gets dyed, the outline disappears and becomes wireless. Wax weiring, glue weiring, etc.

Senshoku Hosei

It is also simply referred to as correction, ground correcting. Removing dirt generated during the dyeing process and failures such as excessively attached pigments from the costume. Or, its method. Washing / lashing is a way to do it when the entire costume is dirty.

Zentsu

The handle of the belt is called a handle all over from the edge of the strip to the edge of the strip.

So

Soko

Drafts and patterns drawn on paper.

Sode

It means the part covering the arms of Kimono. When putting on kimono, the sleeve that becomes the chest side is called the inner sleeve, and the sleeve that becomes the back side is called the outer sleeve.

Koshimaki

It is a formal dress for the samurai women of modern times, what wear when it is high in summer. Many of them are tailored to Kosode. It got this name as it seems that Kimono was wrapped around their waist.

Some Komon

The Komon was originally mold dyeing, but since the Komon of the fabric became to be produced, the words born to distinguish it from it.