‘Community’ as a Landscape of Intangible Cultural Heritage: Basho-fu in Kijoku, a Japanese Example of a Traditional Woven Textile and its Relationship with the Public
Cover of Kimono-salon, Spring 2011, featuring a popular TV anchor-woman in a kimono.
Feature entitled ‘The cutest hair arrangements for novice Yukata wearers’.
A piece of Kijoka-no-Basho-fu woven on a loom.
At the Bingata artist event, Sachiko Yafuso (right), a craftswoman, explains how to make Bingata.