Tokyo no dyed goods in the local areaTokyo Plain Dyeing
It developed in no dyed goods in the local area such as bluish purple, indigo plant, safflower, Edo tea used by craftsmen of dye house of the latter period during the Edo era as the origin. The feature is that we match colors by stack dyeing.
From the middle to the end of the Edo Period, dyehouse artisans in these regions developed the craft of plain dyeing fabric in Edo-violet, indigo, safflower red, Edo-brown, and other colors. The main feature of this dyeing style is its color harmonization achieved through repeated dyeing.
|Industrial art object name||Tokyo no dyed goods in the local area|
|Classification of industrial art object||Dyed Textiles|
|Main production area||Tokyo / Chiyoda-ku, Shinjuku-ku, Sumida-ku, Koto-ku, Nakano-ku, Suginami-ku, Toshima-ku, Kita-ku, Itabashi-ku, Nerima-ku, Adachi-ku, Kanagawa / Kawasaki-shi|
|The designation date||November 30, 2017|
■local production associations
Tokyo dyeing industry cooperative association
3-20-12, Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Associated exhibit space, facility
How to make
Arimatsu Narumi Shibori