Links

Ryukyu Kimono

A series of videos which introduce textiles in Okinawa(Ryukyu). This video is hosted by narablog.com

English

Yayeyama Jofu

This video shows how the kimono fabrics with double ikat pattern are made, by rub dye method. Japanese language.

Makers / Studios / Workshops

Basho Cloth (Okinawa)

http://bashofu.jp

Banananesia (Okinawa)

http://banananesia.official.jp

Shiroma Bingata Studio (Okinawa)

https://www.facebook.com/shiromabingata/

Janice Sullivan

http://janicesullivantextiles.com

Galleries / Museums

Gallery Kei (Kyoto)

specialized in Japanese antique textiles
http://www.gallerykei.jp

Nanohana Gallery (Hakone)

http://nanohana-tenjishitsu.com/

Funakura no Sato – Gallery space (Ishigaki Island)

http://www.funakuranosato.com/gallery/

Iwatate Folk Textile Museum (Tokyo)

http://iwatate-hiroko.com/index.html

Gallery made

http://www.made-on-earth.co/

Amuse Museum, Asakusa (Tokyo)

http://www.amusemuseum.com/english/index.html

SRI

http://www.srithreads.com/pages/japan

LELLA & GIANNI MORRA

specialized in Japanese prints and books
http://www.morra-japaneseart.com

Gallery Tsumugi (Tokyo)

Old textiles, Meisen Kasuri
http://www.trocadero.com/stores/haruko/

Naha City Museum of History (Okinawa)

http://www.rekishi-archive.city.naha.okinawa.jp/en/