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The tasteful designs are suitable for any occasion and offer a wide variety of color schemes and patterns. An introduction details the history and meaning behind the designs.

Author: Tuttle Publishing

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 0804845484

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 28

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These fine-quality tear-out wrapping sheets feature twelve traditional and modern prints, fitting for craft projects as well as for gift wrapping. The tasteful designs are suitable for any occasion and offer a wide variety of color schemes and patterns. An introduction details the history and meaning behind the designs.
2015-12-08 By Tuttle Publishing

... Your Holiday Season - Inspired by Traditional Japanese Washi Paper Robertta
A. Uhl. Kimono Ornaments Coat and or HappyMagnets magnets. Washi milk
carton Kimono and Happy-Coat and magnets make a colorful gift-wrap
decoration.

Author: Robertta A. Uhl

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462908066

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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Make festive paper ornaments and decorations using traditional Japanese paper with this easy-to-use papercrafting book. From lush poinsettia centerpieces to charming seasonal wreaths and whimsical folded cranes, Holiday Paper Crafts from Japan is full of Christmas ornaments, decorations, and gifts that will brighten your holiday season. Washi paper, a longtime staple for Japanese papercrafters, is a colorful durable, and versatile accent to craft projects of all kinds. With step-by-step directions for seventeen holiday projects, this book is the perfect resource for both beginning papercraft folders and the more experienced. Available no matter where you live, Washi paper is ideal for creating ornaments and gifts that your friends and family will treasure for years to come. With Holiday Paper Crafts from Japan you will learn how to: Give old ornaments dazzling new life Create personalized photo albums Make festive calendar magnets Decorate your home with handmade angel ornaments of every shape and size Create the perfect box for any gift. Make this a holiday to remember with homemade Christmas crafts inspired by Japanese Washi paper! Paper craft projects include: Gift Boxes Ornaments Poinsettias Angel Decorations Calendar Magnets Christmas Wreaths Stars And many more…
2012-06-26 By Robertta A. Uhl

After their work is done, Japanese children love to play a variety of games.
Traditional games are ... Japanese people also enjoy many of the same activities
we enjoy in the West. Baseball (basuu ... Gift-wrap paper and poster board are
fine materials. You can make fancier kimonos with collage tissue paper. Make
school ...

Author: Heather Knowles

Publisher: Milliken Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780787727543

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 21

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Issue your students a passport to travel the globe with this incredible packet on Japan! Units feature in-depth studies of its history, culture, language, foods, and so much more. Reproducible pages provide cross-curricular reinforcement and bonus content, including activities, recipes, and games. Numerous ideas for extension activities are also provided. Beautiful illustrations and photographs make students feel as if they’re halfway around the world. Perfect for any teacher looking to show off the world, this must-have packet will turn every student into an accomplished globetrotter!
2011-09-01 By Heather Knowles

Gift-wrap paper and poster board are fine materials. You can make fancier
kimonos with collage tissue paper. Make school uniforms, elegant kimonos, and
samurai outfits. Festivals and Celebrations In Japan, festivals (matsuri) flourish.

Author: Ann C. Edmonds

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9780787783747

Category: History

Page: 32

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Bring the world a little closer with these multicultural books. An excellent way for students to appreciate and learn cultural diversity in an exciting hands-on format. Each book explores the history, language, holidays, festivals, customs, legends, foods, creative arts, lifestyles, and games of the title country. A creative alternative to student research reports and a time-saver for teachers since the activities and resource material are contained in one book.
1992-09-01 By Ann C. Edmonds

Using techniques that have been part of Japanese tradition for centuries, this work offers practical ideas for the Japanese art of wrapping with cloth. It also includes sections on cloth selection, tying techniques, and more.

Author: Chizuko Morita

Publisher: Kodansha

ISBN: 1568365691

Category: Fukusa

Page: 98

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In Japanese culture, it is customary to put as much care into the wrapping of a gift as into choosing the gift itself. Using techniques that have been part of Japanese tradition for centuries, this work offers practical ideas for the Japanese art of wrapping with cloth. It also includes sections on cloth selection, tying techniques, and more. In Japanese culture, it is customary to put as much care into the wrapping of a gift as into choosing the gift itself. The way a gift is wrapped and the material in which it is presented are considered expressions of the
2015-09-18 By Chizuko Morita

Although younger Japanese women enjoy wearing the latest fashions in bright
colors, conservative styles in subtle ... (Japanese women may wear kimonos, but
Western women generally shouldn't.) ... Formal gifts are usually wrapped in a
heavy white paper called noshigami, tied with heavy paper cord called mizuhiki,
and ...

Author: Mary Murray Bosrock

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439195358

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

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Finally, here is a guide that covers all of the dos and don’ts of business etiquette in Asia. Asian Business Customs & Manners is organized country-by-country, this comprehensive guide contains information on every situation you’ll encounter, including business practices and attitudes, meetings, negotiations, meals, punctuality, language, gestures, tipping, manners, gifts, and everything in between. It contains all the information you need to present yourself well and get the job done – whatever it might be. This book won the Independent Book Publisher’s Association Benjamin Franklin Award for Business in 2008. This is a guide that covers all the dos and don’ts of business etiquette in Asia. Organized country by country, this comprehensive guide contains information on every situation you’ll encounter, including business practices and attitudes, meetings, negotiations, meals, punctuality, language, gestures, tipping, manners, gifts, and everything in between. It contains all the information you need to present yourself well and get the job done … whatever it might be. This book provides guidance about how to successfully negotiate your way through Asian business situations generally, as well as specific information about doing business in: Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, and New Zealand. This book won the Independent Book Publisher’s Association Benjamin Franklin Award for Business in 2008.
2010-03-02 By Mary Murray Bosrock

Create a Japanese spoon doll . Locate a white plastic spoon , permanent
markers , foil gift wrap paper that looks Japanese , glue , scissors , and paper
scraps . Fold the gift wrap paper , and cut out the shape of a kimono . Using
permanent ...

Author: Marliese G. Hogan

Publisher: Christopher-Gordon Pub

ISBN: PSU:000044885656

Category: Social Science

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Includes 75 Sheets of Origami Paper and Instructions for 10 classic folds Nick
Robinson ... The Kimono, a traditional style of dress worn by the elite, is always
folded, and never hung unless for display. It also existed in the form of Tsutsumi,
which is a formal wrapping style for gifts. When the Samurai class came to power
in ...

Author: Nick Robinson

Publisher: Race Point Pub

ISBN: 9781631061288

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 64

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The Traditional Japanese Origami kit is designed for paper folding novices providing everything you need to create beautiful and original origami art. Carol Guzowski provides stunning papers that feature delicate patterns recalling the traditional designs used in Asian art and in Japanese kimono fabrics. A unique gift, this all-inclusive kit is a great value! Perfect to get you started in a lifetime hobby of origami folding. Includes: - 32 page full-color instruction book - 75 pieces of gorgeous, illustrated origami paper Enjoy the classic tradition of folding paper into beautiful and decorative creations.
2015-06-19 By Nick Robinson

VOC coco OOOOOOOOOOO Gift of Mrs . Martin A . Ryerson through the
Antiquarian Society of The An Institute of ... Silk and gold - leaf - paper - strip -
wrapped cotton , warp - float faced 4 / 1 satin weave with supplementary
patterning wefts .

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Publisher: Art Inst of Chicago Museum Shop

ISBN: 0865591008

Category: Kimonos

Page: 104

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A Colorful Introduction to Practical Paper Folding Kazuo Kobayashi, Chihara
Sunayama ... varieties of the same item , each with a unique The spread of
popular origami may have its roots in a Japanese tradition of wrapping gifts in
white paper to signify that the recipient enjoys good luck . ... Making the noshi
was the job of the housewife who was also responsible for making the kimonos
for the family .

Author: Kazuo Kobayashi

Publisher: Lark Books (NC)

ISBN: 1579900259

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 127

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Introduces the ancient Japanese art of origami with step-by-step instructions for sixty projects, including napkins, gift boxes, and containers
1998 By Kazuo Kobayashi

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015039671980

Category: Asia

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Author: Mary Anne Pilger

Publisher: Greenwood International

ISBN: UOM:39015045626374

Category: Festivals

Page: 358

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An index to multicultural learning projects for kindergarten through eighth grade classrooms which appear in over 1,700 books, including handicrafts, foods, games, and activities; arranged alphabetically by subject, with cross-references and co mplete bibliographic information.

H . W . BLAND DETWILER “ Christian Advance in Japan " “ Japan Today and
Tomorrow ild to pred from Ask you to in Just how ... that is a tremendous kimono
for her from the pretty like a Japanese garden as possible : little book from which
the quota - paper found in birthday or Christ - paper found in Japanese lanterns ,
forced early tion comes The Bomb That Fell mas cards or leftover gift wrap -
spring ...

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ISBN: WISC:89077048924

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1949 By

Kimono and Accessories Shimmering new silk kimonos can cost well over ¥1 ,
000 , 000 — they are art objects , as well as couture — while equally stunning ... It
delights customers not only with its fine collection of lacquered , scented , painted
, and paper fans but also with the old - world atmosphere that ... Visit Takumi for
kimono accessories like obis , handbags , and furoshiki ( gift - wrapping cloth ) .

Author: Stephanie Adler

Publisher: Fodor's

ISBN: 0679003967

Category: Travel

Page: 656

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A guide to sights, festivals, hotels, shops, and restaurants in Japan includes information about local transportation, currency, and customs
2000 By Stephanie Adler

Wrapping that expresses the feelings of the gift giver to the recipient without the
need for Words — that is the furoshiki. The Japanese way in which a gift is
carefully untied and unwrapped with all of the warmth and empathy involved the
Care ... Gift package 2. Watermelon / ball 3. Single bottle / two bottles 4. Book /
laptop computer 5. Bag (to replace paper and ... was not necessarily
conventionally a Square of new Cloth, and the Originals were made of Old
kimono Or patchworks of Old ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822035808088

Category: Industries

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Ceremonial costume been inappropriate to offer something directly by hand , and
the wrapping of a gift showed that it was a gift from the heart . ... The paper
ribbons which are used to accompany gifts were introduced at the start of the 7th
century when a Japanese diplomat brought some back from China . ... Lady from
the Heian court wearing a ceremonial costume consisting of superimposed
kimonos .

Author: Dominique Buisson

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015034034499

Category: Japan

Page: 223

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To the Japanese, paper is far more than the material medium used by Westerners. For them, its purity symbolises the religious offering, and respect for gods and men. Cut out or folded, it extends the code of speech and gesture. Paper also plays a purely utilitarian role, in the form of lanterns, parasols, fans, wrapping paper, or playthings such kites, dolls and origami.

Mizuhiki are used for many kinds of traditional gift wrapping , a red and white
combination for 92 Sashiko stitchery These ... Meiji period , Japan Folkcrafts
Museum Photograph : Nakamoto Noritoyo 93 Kimono - kihachijo - This elegant
woman ...

Author: Ikko Tanaka

Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc

ISBN: UOM:39015009262695

Category: Photography

Page: 130

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Shows how Japanese tools, food, furniture, clothing, ornaments, tableware, electronic equipment, toys, and landscapes incorporate the four seasons in their designs
1984 By Ikko Tanaka

Japan chiefs are about $ 12 each at in the best Fifth Avenue jewel- decorative
ceramic pieces are has some of the most interest ... to look bring back as gifts :
Hotel Arcade or the New designer like gift wrapping . You can 1. Used kimonos .
A spectacular Otani . has joined find a ... Paper goods . The Itoya sta water and
shaving cream . most Japanese electronics tionery store in the Ginza has At $ 25
to $ 40 ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924059779599

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1991-07 By

MISCELLANEOUS “ Mon ” Het Every family in Japan has its own crest , called “
mon ” or “ kamon ” , a symbol or motif designed in black and white . ... Mon ” ,
which are merely decorative nowadays , can be seen printed in white on the
black half - coats known as “ montsuki ” , worn with men ' s formal kimono . ... OL
The traditional type of gift wrapping in Japan calls for the use of cords called “
mizuhiki ” and a strip of dried abalone wrapped in red - and - white paper , called
“ noshi ” .

Author:

Publisher: Conran Octopus

ISBN: 4533014615

Category: Japan

Page: 191

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1991 By

Author: Barbara Schubert

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000018452327

Category: Creative activities and seat work

Page: 104

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