|Address||175-9 Fudo-cho, Takoyakushi Shinmachi nishi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Holiday||Sundays & public holidays|
The supervisor of fine yuzen kimono making
Kyo-tegaki-yuzen dyeing is produced by thoroughly fragmented division of labour and involves up to 15 various processes. Sairin(Tomihiro Senko) is mastering all these sophisticated processes to create high-quality order-made products. The atelier is excelling in a special technique which consists of using a paintbrush instead of a writing brush for the deepest penetration of dyes into the fabric. Sairin(Tomihiro Senko) is an experienced supervisor of all the kimono-making processes and provides fine goods for the Imperial household. Familiar with the traditional patterns and designs, the atelier is also known for the production of elegant miscellaneous Japanese-style textile goods.
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ProfileGraduated from the Doshisha Graduate School of Business
2010 Released “Tokyo Girls Collection”
2015 Kyo-yuzen Clutch Bag was chosen for display on “The Wonder 500” (website showcasing a collection of Japan's finest goods managed by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry).
2016 Panelist on Craftswomen Symposium during the G7 Summit Meeting in Japan