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Tsutomu, Ema:

Published by Tokio Kyôritsusha , (1925)

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Item Description: Tokio Kyôritsusha , 1925. 552 S., zahlreiche Abbildungen illustriertes OLn., Einband etwas angestaubt, Titel entfernt, sonst gutes Exemplar, Bookseller Inventory # 51308AB

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Kojitsu sōsho. Shokumon zue. æ• å®Ÿå¢æ› ç: JAPAN - TEXTILE

JAPAN - TEXTILE DESIGN) Honma Hyakuri.

Published by 1817- 1900? (1817)

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Item Description: 1817- 1900?, 1817. TWO VOLUMES ONLY. Two volumes only of the Kojitsu sōsho, these are the Reifuku (Ceremonial or formal clothing) and the Kariginu (literally "hunting clothes" sometimes used to mean Noh costumes; informal clothing at the time of the Heian Court) volumes, with illustrations of the textile colors and patterns used. "The Kojitsu sōsho is a series book with information of textile design and costume. It includes seven volumes: Vol. 1 Jokan (female official), Vol. 2 Kariginu (hunting cloth), Vol. 3 Nishiki orimono (brocaded textile), Vol. 4 Reifuku (Ceremony cloth), Vol. 5-6 Miyuki. The series was published during 1800 - 1825. According to the epilogue written by the Honma Hyakuri, Matsuoka Tokikata liked to collect ancient textiles. They published these books as a reference source to illustrate the designs mentioned in classic books. This volume of Kariginu provides luxury illustrations for different design patterns. Kariginu is a kind of cloth that originally wore in the hunting occasion. The cut of body and sleeve part are not sewed so that it is convenient for hunting. Later it also became a costume for officials and ceremonies. The design and color became richer with the development" (Asia Arts Phoenix website). The work, which was privately printed, was written by Honma Hyakuri,likely a penname for a samurai-class scholar, 1784-1854, who studied ancient court practices under the Edo scholar Matsuoka Tokikata. The work is beautifully printed, capturing the richness and subtlety of the textiles. The work was republished at the turn of the twentieth century. The current volumes have the dates of the first edition, but since the complete set is not present, it is not entirely clear which edition they come from. Bookseller Inventory # 42033

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Homma, Momozato (Editor)

Published by Japan (1901)

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Item Description: Japan, 1901. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Important and rare reference relating to the Japanese Court and warrior aristocracy. This volume providing 38pp., of coloured lacings of armour. c.130 coloured illustrations in all. This is volume 2 of a two volume set.Some supporting text and tipped-in sheet, some stamps in japanese and ink number, a few blemishes, else vgc card covers. Japanese text 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 16948

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Kojitsu So^sho SHOKUMON ZUE: DESIGN] Matsuoka Tokikata;

DESIGN] Matsuoka Tokikata; Honma Hyakuri

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Item Description: 1902. [DESIGN] Matsuoka Tokikata; Honma Hyakuri. Kojitsu Sosho SHOKUMON ZUE. 7 vols., originally privately published by Hyakuri, apparently from 1815-25, as a completion of work begun by Tokikata in the late 18th, very early 19th century. This is the reprint of this classic work, done as part of the "Kojitsu Sosho" [Classic Library] series, published by Yoshikawa Hanshichi et al in Meiji 34, 35 [1901,2] Very slightly smaller than the original volumes, each about 18.2 x 24.9 cm, string-bound Japanese-style fukuro toji with printed paper title labels - all bindings match. Hundreds of beautiful color textile designs, reproduced in color woodcut. Nobleman, Ladies, Ceremonial dress, Brocades, Imperial costumes, all are covered. Retains most of the appeal of the original edition. Slight external wear, lovely inside. Bookseller Inventory # 84576

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