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Koala's place - CrossStitch&Patchwork & Embroidery: Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival - Part 5

Koala's place - CrossStitch&Patchwork & Embroidery: Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival - Part 5

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Timber-framed house in Japan's Ehime Prefecture was designed by architect Takashi Okuno

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What a great denim patchwork quilt!!

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vintage japanese textiles

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Textile Cocoon -- Japanese hand woven hemp textile products

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Lovely sashiko mending.

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japanese fabric

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Homemade Bento Boxes - The New York Times > Dining & Wine > Slide Show > Slide 11 of 12

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Homemade Bento Boxes - The New York Times > Dining & Wine > Slide Show > Slide 5 of 12

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Fish car egg shaper hard boiled egg mold yudetamagokko

Japanese Bento Accessory Egg Mold Fish Car for Bento Decoration

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Japanese Bento Silicone Food Cup 5pc 2 Sizes - these would be very useful

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Frog Bento Box 2 tier Lunch Box

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Japanese Bento Accessories Sandwich Ham Cheese Cutter Small Animal and Flower

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Sashiko jeans

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close-up, interior of boro kimono

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gorgeous obi

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Kimono (Furisode) Date: 1850–1950 Culture: Japanese Medium: silk

Furisode | Japanese | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Furisode, Taisho period (1912–26), c. 1920 Silk, plain weave with creped weft (chirimen); resist dyed (yuzen-zome); stamped gold and silver leaf over adhesive (inkin); embroidered with silk, rayon and gold-leaf-over-adhesive-on-paper-strip-wrapped rayon, rayon padded satin stitches; Lined with silk, plain weave 132.7 x 181.3 cm (52 1/4 x 71 3/8 in.). The Art Institute of Chicago

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Yoshitomo NARA, 2002 Japan

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kimono from second half of 20th century, Japan

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Hiroyuki Izutsu illustration

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Hiroyuki Izutsu #illustration

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Japanese vintage kimono fabric

Japanese Silk Fabric Pieces

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Indigo dye - Japanese traditional method Ita-Jime

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Antique Katazome Indigo Cotton, 100 years old. Japanese

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