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 Latticework has long been a traditional system of patterns and design in Japan. The countless variations of thickness and width in both the lines themselves and the spacing between them creates unlimited possibilities for expression. Notwithstanding, several woven designs of outstanding beauty and refinement have been developed and handed down over the years, and the sliding doors made of paper and wood in traditional Japanese architecture are one example of such a system of design. Furthermore, these latticework designs are not limited to only vertical and horizontal lines, but also include diagonal lines and basket-weave curves and spirals. In particular, exquisite latticework patterns that have been highly refined through long years of history can be found in Japanese kimonos and other woven textiles.


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