The Art of ise paper patterns

Japan, 1974

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The patterns of the Japanese Kimono consist of woven or dyed patterns. Most of the dye patterns have been manufactured by traditional ways of carefully prepared pattern paper. Shown is the outstanding technique of Japanese pattern paper engraving. No other credits available.

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