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The book of koginzashi (by Fugeiten)

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Our leader and bag designer, Yoko Tsukamatsu published new book of koginzashi. Koginzashi is a traditional and exquisite embroidery works from Northern part of Japan.

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This book was written by Yoko and culinary artist Ricca Fukuda. They team up the unit named “Fugeiten“.

Fugeiten re-appreciated Mingei movement(the Japanese folk art movement in the late 1920s and 1930s in Japan). And now they re-produce koginzashi with modern attitude.

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They suggest how to stitch koginzashi on bags, jeans and scarfs on this book. Now available on Amazon.co.jp

Amazon.co.jp: koginzashi no hon

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posted by barbie , 9月 25, 2009 0:24:33 (Tokyo) :

can’t wait to see ^^

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posted by abigail@abigail*ryan , 9月 25, 2009 6:00:17 (Tokyo) :

Wow…I love these bags, the weave on the textiles are just beautiful and those badges/buttons are so, so pretty! I would love some ;)

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