Departmental Bulletin Paper 欧米を魅了した明治のキモノの探究を通して染織文化を未来につなぐ被服学習の開発
The Development of Clothing Education : Investigation of Attractive Kimonos Exported in the Meiji Era in a Bid to Preserve the Culture of Dyeing and Weaving in Japan

高橋, 美与子  ,  柴, 静子  ,  日浦, 美智代  ,  一ノ瀬, 孝恵  ,  木下, 瑞穂  ,  高田, 宏

(43)  , pp.289 - 298 , 2015-03-26 , 広島大学学部・附属学校共同研究機構
Last year, we conducted a study of the tradition of Japanese kimonos. The export of kimonos during the Meiji period attracted the interest of students, and lessons on the subject deepened their understanding about the garments and their distribution. Three problems were encountered during this study. The first problem about the export kimonos was necessary to observe the details introducing a thickness measure of the clothes. The second problem was in establishing what kind of cloth work was appropriate for students to undertake for summarizing their learning. The third problem surrounded how best to transmit the culture of such clothing to students. We developed a new lesson plan for clothing with a view to solve these problems. The lesson was taught at Attached Fukuyama Senior High School. Students measured the thicknesses of antique silks. They made cloth books and toys to summarize their learning. They also visited a nursery school with these creations. It was found that the new lesson plan was effective in teaching students about the Japanese culture of dyeing and weaving.

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