Abe, Eiko Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima
Abe, Yoshiko Meiwa Gakuen Junior College
Departmental Bulletin Paper
The historical evidence for the arrival of these influences on forms of clothing has come down from the clay images (Haniwa). These forms of the kinu-hakama and the kinu-mo, and their relationships to the modern day era are discussed in this article. The cloth used during this period involved a wide variety of different types that included coarsely woven materials and also very finely woven materials with all kinds of weaving techniques being used. This implies an effort to dress in various different ways. In addition, there were often geometric designs woven into the materials. These designs were often small, intricate and very beautiful.
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