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Kimono Index [T]

Kimono dictionary

Ta

Taiko

When you tighten the band, the part that comes back. It is a place that ties round like a drum of a drum.

Takizome

It is also called Tsukezome or Shinsen. A method of dyeing by soaking cloth or thread in a container containing dye solution. It is used for tie-dyeing or plain dyeing.

Daki Haba

One of the part names of kimono. It refers to the width at the chest position of the front body. In the case of a woman, it refers to the position from the mouth to the tip of the hook. Hold width = chest width (from left armpit to right armpit) × or hold width = chest circumference × + 3 to 4 cm, the desired dimensions are .

Tachikiri Supo

Dimensions required when cutting the fabric. Finished size + seam allowance + sewn amount + loose portion = trimmed size.

Tateito Yokoito

The direction of the yarn constituting the fabric. Vertical, horizontal.

Tate Eri

It is a longitudinally elongated cloth that continues around the front part of cloth, coat, long-sleeved cloth, etc, and cloth and coat are used one width, long king bowl is generally half width use.

Date Eri

It is a thing that makes it look like it is doing layer clothes only on the collar, overlapping the collar on the long collar. In recent years, it is used as a small item that adds gorgeous and glamor. It is used for formal clothes such as Houmongi, Iromuji, and a Komon.

Tatoushi

Wrapping paper made of washi paper etc to wrap Kimono etc. When putting folded clothes in a chest of drawers or a costume box, store it after wrapping it in this.

Kachin

A type of pigment used for brown. Ink which consolidated oil smoke with Nikawa(glue). It is mainly used for thin line drawing technique.

Tanmono

Generic name of Japanese clothing fabric. A single point refers to a fabric with a width of 36 cm and a length of 11 to 16 meters. The three-tiered article is about 12 meters, the four-sided item is about 16 meters.

Chi

Chugara

A pattern between the large and small patterns, one of the patterns. The size of the handle is often distinguished by age. In general, large figures are suitable for young people, small patterns are oriented towards elderly, and medium patterns are often oriented towards those in between.

Choujugiga

A picture depicting the play of birds and beasts. There are 4 volumes of caricature picture scrolls transmitted to Kyoto Kosanji.

Tsu

Tsuma

It means between the hem and the long collar stopped collar. It is also called Tatetsuma (standing) / Tsumashita (under standing) / Erishita (under collar).

Tsumugi

It refers to a woven fabric woven into a kasuri, stripe, etc. with a hand machine (Tebata) using threads that have been caught by hand and passed through yarns and used as wefts.

Te

Tenoshi (hand noshi)

Doing a “Yunoshi *” manually. When doing “Yunoshi” of non-standard fabrics, or when processing characteristics such as drawing and embroidery are damaged by “machine Yunoshi” etc. Also, do it when you do “Yunoshi” for the tailored Kimono.
*’Yunashi’ is a work that puts steam on a cloth to soften the fabric and at the same time stretches wrinkles, equalizes the fibers of the warp and weft, and adjusts the width

Densanhou

Abbreviation for “Traditional craft industry and reconstruction law”. It was enacted in 1974 and consists of 17 articles.
In Kyoto, Nishijin Textile, Kyoto Pref., Kyo Yuzen, Kyo Komon, Kyo Kanoko, Kyo Kuromon tsukizome, Kyonui.

To

Douura

A cloth attached to the part excluding the hem in Kimono ‘s Awase. Red silk, Hanebutae , Muslin ,Jinken etc is used.

Doufuku

A short jacket up to the waist clinging over clothes. I also write a jacket. Deformed from moving clothes, it is also the original form of a coat. Warlords used it from the late Muromachi period(1338-1573) to the early Edo period(1603-).