- 1956 -
Although a “kimono” when stored is two-dimensional, it becomes three-dimensional when worn I found this aspect of kimono so interesting, I was inspired to study Japanese embroidery. By applying the suganui embroidery technique, which is rather static, I try to express a stereoscopic or spatial world. I am producing obi sashes and hakoseko (tissue holders) for kimono.
|Membership||Full member, Japan Kogei Association
- 1956 Born in Hyogo Prefecture
Graduated from Nara Women’s University
Studied Japanese embroidery while working
- 2007 Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition for the first time
Full member, Japan Kogei Association
- 2009Received the Commissioner for Cultural Affairs Award at the 43rd Textiles Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
- 2019Received the Incentive Award at the 66th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
- 2022Received the Japan Kōgei Association Incentive Award at the 69th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
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