Rakusu

Rakusu är ett plagg som ställföreträder det plagg som Buddha en gång sydde av små tygremsor från avlidnas kläder. Efter att ha sytt samman en mantel, färgade han alltsammans gult med saffran. Antagligen också för att dölja likstanken. Rakusun tas således från funna tygremsor som sys samman efter ett strikt mönster. Den hänger runt halsen i ett brett band, som är delat på hjärtsidan där det fästs samman med en träring. På insidan av rakusun tecknas mästarens koan till eleven.
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Cécile Dachary, autour de la tache,

Cécile Dachary, autour de la tache,

七面大菩薩像

七面大菩薩像

Wereldmuseum Rotterdam. Stunning jinbaori.

Wereldmuseum Rotterdam. Stunning jinbaori.

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Jinbaori with a cross design Late Muromachi period (16th century) The fabric of the surcoat of alternating black and white felt, cut individually and joined by silk fuse gumi (joining threads) in decorative patterns to give the appearance of a solid piece of felt, the black and white crests of crosses in a circle, with matching gilded copper buttons carved on a nanako ground, 34 1/4in (87.5cm) long.

Jinbaori with a cross design Late Muromachi period (16th century) The fabric of the surcoat of alternating black and white felt, cut individually and joined by silk fuse gumi (joining threads) in decorative patterns to give the appearance of a solid piece of felt, the black and white crests of crosses in a circle, with matching gilded copper buttons carved on a nanako ground, 34 1/4in (87.5cm) long.

Textiles

Textiles

Ainu clothes called "rurunpe" were elaborately embroidered with delicate applique. These traditional clothes can be seen only in a limited area, including Shiraoi.

Ainu clothes called "rurunpe" were elaborately embroidered with delicate applique. These traditional clothes can be seen only in a limited area, including Shiraoi.

OLD PHOTOS of JAPAN: Buddhist Monks Kyoto 1930s

OLD PHOTOS of JAPAN: Buddhist Monks Kyoto 1930s

Heart-shaped obijime, by yukirikohu.

Heart-shaped obijime, by yukirikohu.

Shakujo. Really more of a ceremonial tool to ward off evil spirits.

Shakujo. Really more of a ceremonial tool to ward off evil spirits.

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