Woodblock print (between ca. 1100 and 1400) illustrating a stylized floral design used in rinzu fabric
For the anime character, see Raimuiro Senkitan.

Rinzu (綸子) is a Japanese silk satin damask.[1][2] It was the preferred fabric for kimonos in the Edo period.[3]


  1. Harmuth, Louis. Dictionary of Textiles. Fairchild Publishing Company (1915), p. 132. OCLC 1310083.
  2. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Art Treasures from Japan. Kodansha International (1965), p. 195. OCLC 192195.
  3. Ishimura Hayao et al. Robes of Elegance: Japanese Kimonos of the 16th-20th Centuries. North Carolina Museum of Art (1988), p. 1. ISBN 0-88259-955-0.
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