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Nuno-zôri, Japanese Recycling Workshop

Akiyo KAJIWARA

20 - 27 Nov 2015, 3 - 6pm

Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris, Ile-de-France

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nuno-zôri

When

20 - 27 Nov 2015
3 - 6pm
Dates: Vendredis de 15h à 18h, 16 et 23 octobre, 20 et 27 novembre 2015
Inscription obligatoire: Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris au 01 44 37 95 95

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Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris
101 bis quai Branly
Paris, Ile-de-France,  75015
France
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Nuno-Zori, are Japanese textile slippers made from any textile material, including used fabrics, which is an environmentally friendly and useful way to recycle. Many schools in Japan introduced Nuno-Zori workshops to highlight the environment and the sensible use of resources.

Nuno-Zori, are Japanese textile slippers, whose shape retains a traditional form. They can be made from any textile material, including used fabrics, which is an environmentally friendly and useful way to recycle. The Nuno-Zori is created from two basic manual techniques, such as plaiting or matting (a primitive weaving technique) and braiding (a way to intertwine the threads). Over time many schools in Japan introduced Nuno-Zori workshops into their educational programs. Encouraging cultural transmission to the next generation, but also to highlight the environment and the sensible use of resources.

Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris

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