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Arimatsu-Narumi Shibori DVD

400 Years of Inventive Design

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!! Arimatus-Narumi Shibori: Celebrating 400 Years of Japanese Artisan Design.
In 1608 eight formerly farming families in Japan settled along a stretch of the Tokaido or ‘eastern sea road’ connecting Kyoto and Osaka to the new capital, Edo, now Tokyo. Taking up handicraft, they developed a peasant textile industry, initially mimicking the fine silk Shibori techniques found in Kyoto and ultimately developing their own methods and techniques for working with silk and cotton fabrics to create magnificent designs for summer and winter clothing and home decoration. Narumi joined in with the neighboring village of Arimatsu to create a cottage industry that would eventually grow to be known worldwide as “Arimatsu-Narumi Shibori”.
The Guild of Artisans of Arimatsu and Narumi in collaboration with Studio Galli Productions has released the most comprehensive overview of Shibori available in honor of reaching 400 years of continued production. Each part of the process is meticulously detailed in this sumptuous film, with narrative provided by acclaimed Shibori artist and scholar, Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada. Visit studios and workshops to see the Shibori processes demonstrated by the most expert artisans available today. Includes contemporary and historical examples of Shibori textiles hand made by local artisans.
Filmed in Arimatus and Narumi, Japan. Japanese, Spanish and English Sub-titles • Narration by Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada
1 Disc - 155 minutes
Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)

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2/14/2010
5
I love this. It gave me ideas of how to do what I've been wanting to do (especially the long yardage that I want to clamp...)Very interesting and good to know the history of it.
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1/27/2009
5
wish they covered actual dyeing of fabrics
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5/6/2011
5
Little old lady shibori knot tyers must be spiritually related to little old lady Amish quilters
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1/26/2014
5
I have Wada's book but this is the icing on the cake - wish you carried some of the tools they use!
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7/5/2013
5
Loved this! Was great to see demos on exactly how each step is done and it was very concise and informative. Love the history of it.
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MOST RECENT REVIEWS
9/24/2012
5
About 3 hours long with terrific information! It is a fascinating documentary. It is not a step by step instruction video like the awesome Tie Dye 101 but it is certainly informative enough that I was able to do my own shibori at home using several of the methods they demonstrate.
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3/15/2012
5
WOW! Shibori is amazingly intricate work. I enjoyed watching all the different techniques.
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5/26/2011
5
My hysband even sat down and watched each stitching process and result with me. It is through and exactly what I needed.
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