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Sakabukuro Prior to Japan's industrialization, cotton bags permeated with persimmon tannin or kaki shibu were used in the production of sake. Crude sake, or sake lees, filled this sakabukuro (sake bag/pocket), and under pressure, filtered sake was forced out. Used countless times, these handsewn bags required mending, and the eccentric stitches and patching on this particular piece are evidence of its hard life
A Weft Kasuri Length: Floral Pattern and Machine Repairs
Zabuton are traditional Japanese cushions used to sit on the floor. - An Old Cotton Zabuton Cover #2: Katazome and Over Dyed Indigo
Sakiori Sakiori weaving uses a rag weft against a warp of either bast fiber or cotton. The weft material is often made from shredded kimono or other recycled garments which can be of cotton, silk or other material. Sakiori clothing was first woven by Japanese peasants around 1750 for its warmth and durability as newly minted cotton cloth at that time was too rare and expensive for a farmer or fisherman.