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Lit. flowers at the crossing dyeing. A Muromachi period hybrid, decorative textile technique of combining tie-dyeing and hand-painting that became popular with Momoyama period elites. It uses stitched tie-dyeing combined with ink painting kaki-e •`ŠG, gold or silver leaf imprint embellishments haku ”“, and embroidery on silk nui –D. The early 17c decline of tsujigahana, based on its extreme complexity, led to the development of the all-over fawn-spot tie-dye, or kanoko Ž­‚ÌŽq form of *shiborizome iõ.
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