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Fine arts and crafts and folk documents (original) stored in this museum. Personal donations make up the majority of them.

Costume in BINGATA dyeing..

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Costume in BINGATA dyeing..


A length of this costume was divided into 3 parts by KASUMIDAN pattern on a white ramie cloth. Crane, cherry blossom, maple leaf, sweet flag patterns were placed in different combinations on each part. The patterns of flowers and trees in different season were drawn in a costume, and the combination features the characteristic of BINGATA that no reference to season. A technique called RYOMENZOME (two-sided dyeing) was used to dye this costume.

Data ListNational Treasure: Ryukyu King Sho Family Related Documents
Document Code05000042

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