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What is Traditional Japanese Patterns, “Wagara”? Introduction of Kinds of Traditional Patterns! |
What is Traditional Japanese Patterns, “Wagara”? Introduction of Kinds of Traditional Patterns! Hello! I’m a writer of KARAKURIJAPAN, Yonosuke! I went to Asakusa, where is a famous sightseeing spot in Japan, just a few days ago. Then I happened to drop in a hand towel store, and there are many hand towels with beautiful patterns displayed. Source:https://www.kururi.jp Those pattern are called “wagara”. As Japanese foods are called “washoku”, Japanese patterns are called “wagara”. Not only towels, we often see something with patterns which express Japan somehow, such as kimonos or dyed cloths. Wagara is patterns which exist only in Japan. I’ll introduce the fascination and kinds of such traditional patterns, wagara. What is the Fascination of the Traditional Japanese Patterns, “Wagara”? Source:http://www.el-aura.com/plaid20160503/ “Wagara” is traditional Japanese patterns. One of the features of wagara is that most wagara have ordered