Japanese Embroidery Center (USA)

Logo of the Japanese Embroidery Center, Georgia, USA. Logo of the Japanese Embroidery Center, Georgia, USA.

The Japanese Embroidery Center, Kurenai-kai, Inc. is located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and was founded in 1989 by Shuji Tamura and his wife, Masa Tamura. It is a non-profit educational centre set up in order the promote traditional Japanese embroidery (nihon shishu), including beadwork.

The Center operates by way of a concept called Nuido, which refers to the acquisition of technical skills, the development of artistic sensitivity and the understanding of the spiritual significance of embroidery. The Japanese Embroidery Center is linked up with the headquarters of Kurenai kai in Japan.

Membership includes the quarterly journal Nuido - Japanese Embroidery Journal. 

Home page of the Japanese Embroidery Center (retrieved 12 August 2016).

Address: 2727 Spalding Drive, Dunwoody, Atlanta, Georgia 30350-4623, USA.

YouTube film (retrieved 12 August 2016).

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 12 August 2016).


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