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Grace of a Ryukyu Weaver, Okinawa

August 10, 2013 1 min read

Another shore excursion, another learning experience.

A lesson in grace, a lesson in technique from the legacy of the Ryukyu Kingdom,  Okinawa, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Am surprised to learn that the Charkha, a symbol popularised by Gandhi is not an Indian invention

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Warp-weft , Taana -Baana, orthogonal yet creating art through perfect harmony

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

The Weaving Process:

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

Ryukyu Weaver, Japan

jm

Aug 2013

 

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