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Kagedo Japanese Art Gallery - Textiles - Ainu robe from Sakhalin Island (Aharushi), woven of elm bark fiber (ohyo) cloth decorated with embroidery and applique.

About This Artwork | The Art Institute of Chicago. Ainu  Japan, Hokkaido Island    "Attus" Amip (Man's Coat), c. 1860    Elm tree bark fiber, plain weave  Center back and outer edges appliquéd with cotton, plain weave; underlaid with cotton, plain weave; embroidered with cotton in laid work and couching.

“Attus” Amip (Man’s Coat), Ainu Hokkaido Island Elm tree bark fiber, plain weave

Ziketteland: Archive / Attush man robe/ Japan

sweetpeapath: “ Ainu ~ Attush man’s robe Hokkaido, Japan, century Attush (inner bark from an elm tree) with cotton applique and embroidery, x The patterns around the openings and edges of.

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二風谷アツトウシ | 伝統的工芸品 | 伝統工芸 青山スクエア

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Local fashion: Ainu people costume and jewelry

【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Local fashion: Ainu people costume and jewelry

Patterns of The Ainu Race

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Patterns of The Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race

Ainu clothes called "rurunpe" were elaborately embroidered with delicate applique. These traditional clothes can be seen only in a limited area, including Shiraoi.

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Ainu clothes called "rurunpe" were elaborately embroidered with delicate applique. These traditional clothes can be seen only in a limited area, including Shiraoi.

The Foundation for Research and Promotion of Ainu Culture "FRPAC"

The Foundation for Research and Promotion of Ainu Culture "FRPAC"

厚司(アイヌ)芹沢銈介の収集品

厚司(アイヌ)芹沢銈介の収集品

Kimono Japan 1910-1930 Silk crepe (chirimen) with tie-dyeing (shibori) and embroidery Width 129 cm x Length 158 cm Museum number: FE.17-1994 The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century.

Kimono Japan Silk crepe (chirimen) with tie-dyeing (shibori) and embroidery Width 129 cm x Length 158 cm Museum number: The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early century.

Boro: Antique Japanese Patched clothing - Close-up of a piece.

Mohawk General Store, Boro - rags and tatters from the far north of Japan,Yukiko Koide and Kyoichi Tsuzuki

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