刺繍 Textile Embroidery
The embroidery field was initiated in 1900, when Joshibi University was established. This is a unique curriculum in Japan. Based on Japanese traditional embroidery techniques, students learn various overseas and creative machine stitches, so that they are able to explore the possibilities of threads and stitches.
Curriculum
Japanese embroidery basics Embroidery studio: Tables for embroidering Twisting threads Silk embroidery threads /gold thread/spools, etc. Stretch the silk fabric on a frame and embroider. Embroidery created by using basic Japanese techniques
Machine embroidery Digital embroidery (Design for binder) Digital embroidery (Design on a PC) Digital embroidery (Automatic embroidering with a sewing machine) v Presentation in a review session
Nagoya <em>obi</em> (belt)/<em>Surihaku</em> (gold or silver foil impression) <em>Surihaku</em> (Glue gold/silver foils on silk fabrics) Embroider, using a frame for <em>obi</em>/kimono Critique session: <em>Obi</em> created with foils and embroidery <em>Homongi</em> (formal kimono for visiting) Critique session <em>Homongi</em> with embroidery, using natural dyes
Graduation work Design a <em>homongi</em> with embroidery Panel(Discuss creative concept and clarify direction of the work) Machine embroidery Make samples/Dye threads and fabrics Graduation work
Introduction Movie
Textile Embroidery
Click to view the introductory video on the Embroidery Course.

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Faculties
  • 大﨑 綾子 Ayako Osaki
  • 山本 清 Kiyoshi Yamamoto
  • 阿部 みよ子 Miyoko Abe
  • 青谷 徳子 Noriko Aotani
  • 有田 昌史 Masafumi Arita
  • 藤田 茂 Shigeru Fujita
  • 木方 髙 Takashi Kiho
  • 小久保公美子 Kumiko Kokubo
  • 宮越 仁美 Hitomi Miyakoshi
  • 宮下 紫乃 Shino Miyashita
  • 西原 窈子 Yoko Nishihara
  • 齋藤 晴美 Harumi Saito
  • 宗 眞理子 Mariko So
  • 田中 淑江 Yoshie Tanaka
  • 山下ちかこ Chikako Yamashita
  • 牟田 有沙 Arisa Muta
Student Works
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You can view additional works of students in the Embroidery Course on the Student works/Embroidery Page.