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



The warp of the white plain silk was embossed with black and green weft. This is called HANAORI (a kind of UKIORI weaving technique that by making some parts of patterns float from the base of weaving, the patterns look like flowers), and it was used in small patterns on the whole textile. ISHIDATAMIMON (stone pavement pattern), alternate arrangement of two different colors of squares, was woven on both sides of the textile. The costume has the wide width, which provides elegance and style of the royal family.

Data ListNational Treasure: Ryukyu King Sho Family Related Documents
Document Code05000052