Japan Expo Sud - February 22-24, 2019 Marseille Chanot
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Tataki zome

Learn how to create vegetal patterns on fabric thanks to the tataki zome workshops on the area organized by the Consulate General of Japan in Marseille!

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Presentation

Tataki zome (from Japanese tataki, hammering, ad zome, dying) is an ancient Japanese technique of hammering plants to create patterns on fabric.

Program

The workshops organized by Mochi Workshop is a hammering demonstration with fresh flowers on washi paper, inspired from an ancient Japanese tale, The Bamboo Cutter. The paper is delicately hammered with gum pebbles, which creates colored and refined prints, like on traditional kimono.

Come follow an introduction to tataki zome on washi paper and about the importance of flowers and seasons in the history of Japanese art, before working on a kimono with flower patterns.

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  • Culture & traditions

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