JapaneseArtMiyabi

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Announcement    Welcome to my Japanese Art shop. All of my work is handmade and it includes Washi Paper dolls, Obi Art, Temari, Chigirie (torn paper art) as well as other arts and crafts.

Enjoy! All of my art is unique as each piece is handcrafted individually.

I've just started uploading different works of art and will get more posted soon!

Announcement

Last updated on Apr 28, 2016

Welcome to my Japanese Art shop. All of my work is handmade and it includes Washi Paper dolls, Obi Art, Temari, Chigirie (torn paper art) as well as other arts and crafts.

Enjoy! All of my art is unique as each piece is handcrafted individually.

I've just started uploading different works of art and will get more posted soon!

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Misako Plant

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About JapaneseArtMiyabi

Sales 523
On Etsy since 2015

Each piece of art reflects the passion and beauty of character individually created only for you!

A little Washi Paper Doll History:
The original name of what is presently called the Washi Paper Doll was called the "Ane-sama Ningyo". It was stylized in small scale figures, dressed in the fashion of the Japanese Edo period (eighteen and nineteen centuries), and was made from paper.

In the past, corn husks were rolled and tied to make the elaborate hairstyles, while traditionally patterned chiyogami paper was used to make the kimono. Making the Ane-sama Ningyo became a pastime for Japanese girls in the early nineteenth century.

In olden days, the techniques were more simple. Today, techniques to create a "Washi Paper Doll" are very detailed....intricate designs that are all handcrafted with quality.

Each Washi Paper Doll artist has their own technique and character. I take pride in the form of each doll, using beautiful Japanese papers. Each of my washi dolls are unique due to handcrafted nature of each. Trained in Japan for washi paper doll making, washi crafts, and traditional Japanese arts... I continue my artistry here in the US. I hope you love my Washi Paper Dolls and enjoy them!

Shop members

  • Tom and Misako

    Owner

    I can't doing my art work with out his support. He is my better half.

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Last updated on Apr 28, 2016

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