Get in Touch

All your messages will be much appreciated. I am constantly looking for new collaborations, so if you want to exchange some knowledge, inspiration, or probably have a new project in mind, I’m all ears.

For commissions please email me at

Saying just hello is also good, great in fact. You can also get in touch in Spanish and if you prefer to do so in Japanese, I can’t promise I will fully understand, but please try me!

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21 responses to “Get in Touch

  1. Hello,
    Your work is beautuful! I came across a ring sling that has your label on it and was wondering if you could tell me a little about it. Is there a way I could send you a picture?

    Thank you,
    Cheryl Remer

  2. Hello!
    I will be in Tokyo next week on Friday and Saturday. I would love to visit your studio. Where are you located?

  3. Hi ,
    I love your work and I would like to learn But
    I search internet I couldn’t find any course shibori indigo dye in london
    I was wondering are you Giving lectures anywhere ?

  4. Your “Saying just hello is also good, great in fact.” was too tempting to resist! Love what you’re doing here. Stunning work, elegant blog and beautiful photos.

  5. Hello!

    I just spent a couple of hours reading your blog and just dying over all the shibori pieces you’ve made! I just recently started dying and just wanted to thank you so much for sharing all of these techniques and photos.. It’s so inspirational!!

    Thank you again,

    • Hi Eleanor, thank you very much for your kind message. I’m so glad you find it useful and I wish you all the best with your dyeing projects! I’ll keep posting as I go along so do come back again and keep in touch.

  6. hello – I like the “katano’ technique and would like to experiment – please can you send me a link
    Thank You
    Also where could I find the bamboo hangers?
    Thank you – exquisite work which is so inspiring

    • Hi Carol, thanks for your message. The technique you like is called after the master Motohiko Katano, I suggest you look him up. Seeing images of his work could be very inspiring.
      The bamboo hangers were given as a present in Japan, so I can’t really help with that.
      Good luck with your experiments!

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