• Art and Craft from Kanazawa, Japan

    There, we met Yamatza-ki-san, whose family has been weaving ikat for 120 years. At his workshop, they weave both silk and hemp textiles for kimonos. Kimono fabric comes in 13 meter long bolts called tans, which measure just 14 inches wide. 

Photography by Hajime Kimura

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