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BINGATA:Okinawa’s traditional fabric Dye-Work

BINGATA

BINGATA is a famous Okinawa’s traditional fabric Dye-Work. The technique does not use patterns such as stencils, but it uses starches to be put on the fabric and dyes it.

The “BINTANYA”, located in Aoyama, Tokyo, offers BINGATA “washi” and other paper made products. They don’t have fabric products, but are specialized in paper’s. You can even order BINGATA patterned custom business cards from them!

BINGATAYA
1-1-1 Minami-Aoyama Minato-KU Tokyo Aoyama Twin Bld West 2F

Art Paper Cafe BINGATAYA
Bingata – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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