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September 30, 2014

The Silk Weaving Studio

on Granville Island

P1050690also the home of Sanjo Silk

P1050689is a place of fibre magic – silk in all its lovely forms

and always a small exhibition of beautiful textiles

P1050694in the front window a piece by Reiko Sudo

P1050696director of the legendary  Nuno Corporation

P1050683known for its innovative textile techniques

P1050684fabrics to dream about

P1050686together with the work of Professor Masayoshi Ohashi

who studied under Japan’s first Living National Treasure, Keisuke Serizawa

P1050687it was a privilege to see this unique work

and if that wasn’t enough

a friendly dinner at the Sandbar Seafood Restaurant

P1050691with a wonderful view of False Creek

P1050692and the Vancouver city skyline

all too soon it’s back to the bus depot – Waterfront Station

built for the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1914 it has an interesting history


and then, Cinderella turns into a handful of thrums

6 Comments leave one →
  1. October 1, 2014 5:05 am

    Oh, Cinderella! You’ll go to another ball soon!


  2. October 2, 2014 1:08 am

    ohhh nuno and sudo♥ deeply.i visited the store in roppongi on my first trip to japan.this time i avoided problems.hank you for the sanjo photos. now i have to clean up the computer screen.


  3. October 2, 2014 4:42 pm

    oh, lordy!


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