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一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】ainu

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】ainu

Re-design of Ainu pettern

Re-design of Ainu pettern

Ainu 模様。

Ainu 模様。

“Ainu Embroidery Pouch” inspiration came from mitten arm covers Ainu tribes wear at ceremonies. Here, it’s interesting to note that Ainu people have a custom of embroidering owl’seyes as motifs on their garments for hands and feet to protect themselves against evil.

“Ainu Embroidery Pouch” inspiration came from mitten arm covers Ainu tribes wear at ceremonies. Here, it’s interesting to note that Ainu people have a custom of embroidering owl’seyes as motifs on their garments for hands and feet to protect themselves against evil.

MAUKO PIRIKA

MAUKO PIRIKA

Works by Hiromi Abe 阿部紘美さんの作品

Works by Hiromi Abe 阿部紘美さんの作品

In the late Edo era, the Ainu obtained large volumes of cotton through trade with the Japanese who lived in Honshu (Japan's mainland) and through other activities. They wore appliqued or embroidered cotton clothes called "chikarkarpe", which means "the things we embroider."

In the late Edo era, the Ainu obtained large volumes of cotton through trade with the Japanese who lived in Honshu (Japan's mainland) and through other activities. They wore appliqued or embroidered cotton clothes called "chikarkarpe", which means "the things we embroider."

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