Akane Kamiya


  • Textiles
  • Presented in 2015
  • Not for Sale

Category Textiles
Year Presented 2015

  • Kasuri weaving

    Kasuri weaving (kasuriori, “blurred weave”) is a type of ikat weaving done with threads that have been resist dyed, leaving sections of the thread undyed. The threads are then aligned and woven to create stripes, checkered patterns, or pictorial motifs.

Akane Kamiya

photo Akane Kamiya

Making translucent kimonos with natural dye and raw silk (silk thread that us not refined) using mainly kasuri techniques and other traditional Okinawan dyeing techniques.