Kimono Fabric: 9 Things to Know About Japanese Silk

Silk is said to be the strongest natural textile in the world. Sericulture, the industry of silk making and raising silkworms/caterpillars, can be found in countries around the globe. But where did this practice come from, and how is silk particular to Japan? What makes it a Japanese object? Here is everything you need to know about Japanese silk in history, art, and fashion.

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