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Haebaru Hana Ori

Haebaru Hana Ori is Woven textiles produced in Haebaru-cho, Okinawa after the Meiji era. Unique name and designs of kuwankuwan Kaori, chippugasa, Kyan of eight pieces exist in beautiful three-dimensional pattern like flower comprised of organization texture.

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    skills and techniques

     

    1
    When it is to Haebaru both sides empty show texture, do with fabric with a mosaic waving pattern thing woven by the next technique or technique.

    (1)
    And you parody, and assume yarn-dyed plain weave or plain weave mixed organization texture of texture.

     

    (2)
    Use "hand throw shuttle" for implantation of weft.

     

    (3)
    You decide that crest floats thread of plain weave using "flower heddle" and "hand throw shuttle" partially and expresses, and silk gauze uses "silk gauze heddle" and "hand throw shuttle" or "flower heddle" together, and express.

     

    (4)
    When use cloth with splashed pattern thread; thing by "bind hand" or "right in the center" "includes handrail" "illustrated map" as for the staining.

     

    2
    When you meet kuwankuwan Kaori, do with fabric with a mosaic waving pattern thing woven by the next technique or technique.

     

     

    (1)
    Assume yarn-dyed plain weave.

     

    (2)
    Use "hand throw shuttle" for implantation of weft.

     

    (3)
    Express crest using crest system which is different from weft organizing plain weave using "flower heddle" and "hand throw shuttle".

     

    (4)
    When use cloth with splashed pattern thread; thing by "bind hand" or "right in the center" "includes handrail" "illustrated map" as for the staining.

     

    3
    When it is in chippugasa, do with fabric with a mosaic waving pattern thing woven by the next technique or technique.

     

    (1)
    Assume yarn-dyed plain weave.

     

    (2)
    Use "hand throw shuttle" for implantation of weft.

     

    (3)
    Crest uses "bamboo spatula" or "finger" or "flower heddle" together, and express using crest system which is different from weft organizing plain weave.

     

    (4)
    When use cloth with splashed pattern thread; thing by "bind hand" or "right in the center" "includes handrail" "illustrated map" as for the staining.

     

    4
    When you encounter Haebaru twill weave, do with fabric with a mosaic waving pattern thing woven by the next technique or technique.

     

    (1)
    Assume yarn-dyed twill weave.

     

    (2)
    Use "hand throw shuttle" for implantation of weft.

     

    (3)
    Express crest using "ground heddle".

     

    (4)
    When use cloth with splashed pattern thread; thing by "bind hand" or "right in the center" "includes handrail" "illustrated map" as for the staining.

     

    Raw materials

     

    Assume thread to use silk thread, cotton yarn, hemp thread or woolen yarn (mainly wool thread).

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Summary

Industrial art object name Haebaru Hana Ori
Phonetic symbol haebaruhanaori
Classification of industrial art object Woven textiles
Main product
Main production area Okinawa / Okinawa chicken buttocks county Haebaru-cho
The designation date January 26, 2017

Contact information

■local production associations

Ryukyu Kasuri business cooperative association
〒901-1112
Haebaru-cho, Shimajiri-gun, Okinawa character 157, Motobu
TEL: 098-889-1634

■Associated exhibit space, facility

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