Japanese Traditional Dolls
Inspired by a centuries-old Japanese doll-making tradition, these 24 stickers depict a vivid array of female figures in traditional costumes. Like the Russian matryoshka dolls, kokeshi are handcrafted from wood, with cylindrical bodies and large heads. Th
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Two female figures are waiting to be garbed in formal court dress of the Ashikaga period (1338-1573): a pleated trouser skirt, kimonos with floral and bird designs, a traditional Japanese bridal dress, and modern formal robes. These lovely, authentic costumes will delight paper doll fans, collectors, costume designers.16 full-color plates of costumes.
Two female figures are waiting to be garbed in formal court dress of the Ashikaga period (1338-1573): a pleated trouser skirt, kimonos with floral and bird designs, a traditional Japanese bridal dress, and modern formal robes. These lovely, authentic cost
With full-color and black-and-white photographs, diagrams and detailed instructions, the authors show readers how to create charming, 3-dimensional figures by combining individual, petal-shaped folded paper pieces. Here are clowns, angels, bunny rabbits, elegant ladies in fashionable dress, brides and bridesmaids, Japanese women in traditional costume, even Santa Claus and a decorated Christmas tree-55 figures in total, all of which can be made with just basic origami skills.
The coloring book features black-outlined drawings of Kokeshi dolls, traditional Japanese kimonos, accessories (fans, sashes, bows, etc.), and wigs. Kids can color the outfits and the dolls and/or add in any of the 75 stickers included in the book.
Japanese geisha dolls are created in the image of the one of the main icons of oriental traditional Japanese vintage culture. A Japanese geisha is a woman artiste proficient in dance, music, and conversing with the audience. There were numerous Geishas in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries,they are considered as a token of Japanese culture though today, their numbers are diminishing.