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Professor Shigeki Kawakami, of the School of Humanities, has since 2003 been engaged in research to reproduce “kosode (a style of kimono which was common in the Edo period)” using the dyeing technique of the Edo period in collaboration with the kimono artisan group “Sengiren” of Kyoto. Based in the “Art Institute, a research facility of the University, Kawakami and other researchers

Professor Shigeki Kawakami, of the School of Humanities, has since 2003 been engaged in research to reproduce “kosode (a style of kimono which was common in the Edo period)” using the dyeing technique of the Edo period in collaboration with the kimono artisan group “Sengiren” of Kyoto. Based in the “Art Institute, a research facility of the University, Kawakami and other researchers

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