Posts Tagged ‘Arimatsu’

Nov 15

Visiting the Shibori Town of Arimatsu

For the past two weeks, I’ve been on the cloth road with friends in Japan. My long-awaited visit to the shibori town of Arimatsu, a former post town on the feudal Tokaido Road, had finally arrived. Since the early Edo Period (1600s), this has been a center for shibori. With→ Read more

Nov 06

Shibori: A Shaped Resist Cloth

Shibori is a Japanese word referring to the various types of embellishing cloth by shaping it and binding it before dyeing. In my last writing on this subject, I explained the various types of bound and sewn resists. Let’s look at specific examples of Japanese shibori techniques:→ Read more

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