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Kuzushi nawa

Kuzushi nawa

A term used to describe kinbaku designs that are “calculatedly unstudied”, that is, deliberately and artfully unsymmetrical or even untidy. This term is taken from Japanese calligraphy and art and used to describe, for instance, the deliberately misshapen but exquisitely beautiful pottery sometimes used in the “tea ceremony”. This style of tying is of a high order and should never be confused with amateurism.



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