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93-year-old grandma Emiko may be up there in years, but she is just as youthful and vibrant as the clothes she poses with on Instagram. And she has special reason to be so happy, because those clothes are woven by her talented granddaughter Chinami Mori.
Chinami uses a free-flowing weaving "non-technique" called Saori, which emphasizes freedom of expression and creativity by lifting technical restrictions. "There are no rules," she explains, "I can weave as freely and as colorfully as I want."
And the result is indeed very colorful--in both her clothes and her grandma's jovial expressions. Chinami is not just weaving clothes, however, but a strong and loving bond between her and her grandmother, saying “She’s my favorite person in the whole world...I make grandma happy, and that’s just so much fun for me, too.”