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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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