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Next Was The Yayoi Period, During Which Rice Cultivation Was Developed

 This led to a shift from hunter-gatherer communities to agrarian societies which had a large impact on clothing.

According to Chinese literature from that time period, embroidery digitizing clothing more appropriate to agriculture began to be worn.
For example, unsewn fabric wrapper around the body and poncho-type garments with head-holes cut into them.
This same literature also indicates that pink or scarlet makeup was worn but also that mannerisms between people of all ages and genders were not very different.
However, this is debatable as there were probably cultural prejudices in the Chinese document.
There is a common Japanese belief that the Yayoi time period was quite utopian before Chinese influence began to promote the use of clothing to indicate age and gender.
Most spinning today is done using Break or Open-end spinning, this is a technique where the staples are blown by air into a rotating drum, where they attach themselves to the tail of formed yarn that is continually being drawn out of the chamber.
Other methods of break spinning use needles and electrostaticforces. 
This method has replaced the older methods of ring and mule spinning.
It also is easily adapted for artificial fibres.
The spinning digitizing machines takes the roving, thins it and twists it, creating yarn which it winds onto a bobbin.
In the case of particularly delicate textiles, display organizers might consider motion-activated or timed lighting, or lighting controlled though a visitor-activated switch, which would allow the textiles to remain in darkness when they are not under view.
All textiles should be displayed on a rotating schedule, allowing them a few months of display, then the rest of the year in dark storage, to prolong their life.

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