Kachin-zome + Embroidery

Kachin-zome + Embroidery
The pattern is "Kachin-zome". "Kachin-zome" is a dyeing technique of Kyoto Yuzen using Sumi (black ink for calligraphy) which dissolved with glia (glue) and has 400 years of history. Please enjoy the craftsmen's hand work who dye one by one carefully and the gradation color of SUMI. The ideograph Kanji, connected by the red thread with each other, seems to begin to move at any moment. The Hiragana (Japanese ABC) connected by a fluent curve is syllabary. Though Putoputo, Horohoro and Kuaai are usually unfamiliar words, the sounds of these words are onomatopoeia, which has been familiar to the Japanese from the old days.