"Kimono of printed cotton" exhibition is held in Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum until from Tuesday, October 3 to Tuesday, November 21.
With printed cotton, we point to thing which expressed pattern using freehand drawing and model on cotton cloth mainly, and, in the source, it is said to India that there is.
It was done *sai from India and Europe in Japan in the Edo era and was valued high, and, besides, production was performed in imitation of printed cotton of *sai in the country.
By book exhibition, we display including unusual printed cotton of each area produced by kimono of printed cotton from the Edo era to the Showa era and influence of those Indian printed cotton and Indian printed cotton which caused.
We exhibit "printed cotton splicing purplish-red kimono lined in yellowish green pattern padded silk garment" of the Mitsuis transmission who seamed 22 kinds of anciently-introduced printed cotton together this time in particular.
The details are this → Official site
From Tuesday, October 3, 2017 to Tuesday, November 21
From 10:00 to 16:30 (as for November 2-4 days until 18:00. On October 13 November 17 until 19:00. Until 30 minutes before admission closing)
Closed days Sundays and holidays, November 6
※We are opened on November 3
Admission charges public 500 (400) Japanese yen, Odaka straight 300 (200) Japanese yen, true 200 (100) Japanese yen in the small
＊(groups rate more than 20 in)
＊ Person with a disability and one person of attendance are free
＊On November 1, free (we cooperate for Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology "education, culture week")