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From 300 to 550 AD was the Yamato Period, and here much of the Clothing Style can be Derived from the Artifacts of the Time

 The tomb statues (haniwa) especially tell us that the clothing style changed from the ones according to the Chinese accounts from the previous age.

The statues are usually wearing a two piece outfit that has an upper piece with a front opening and close-cut sleeves with loose trousers for men and a pleated skirt for women.
Silk farming had been introduced by the Chinese by this time period but due to silk’s cost it would only be used by people of certain classes or ranks.
In mule spinning the roving is pulled off a bobbin and fed through some rollers, which are feeding at several different speeds.
This thins the roving at a consistent rate.
If the roving was not a consistent size, then this step could cause a break in the yarn, or could jam the machine.
The yarn is twisted through the spinning of the embroidery digitizing bobbin as the carriage moves out, and is rolled onto a cylinder called a spindle, which then produces a cone-shaped bundle of fibres known as a "cop", as the carriage returns.
Mule spinning produces a finer thread than the less skilled ring spinning.
Heat and humidity can both contribute and a textile’s deterioration.
However, excessive dryness may also cause damage, especially to elastic fibers, such as wool, which rely on some amount of moisture to maintain their flexibility (Putnam and Finch).
Additionally, temperature and humidity should be kept as constant as possible; changes in either of these may cause the digitizing textile fibers to expand and contract, which, over time, can also cause damage and deterioration to the textile.
For this reason, both storage and display areas should be fitted withmonitoring equipment to gauge the temperature and humidity of rooms, display cases, enclosed storage facilities, and work areas.
Ideally, temperature should be kept around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, though some slight fluctuation in either direction is permissible, as long as it occurs gradually.
For instance, temperature may be slightly lower in winter to save energy costs, but the change should be effected slowly, so as not to place the fibers under undue stress.

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