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We produce and sell Lurik, Craft of Lurik, Ikat and other crafts
Welcome to blog of lurik-pedan. Here we provide a variety of Pedan's weaving products, already well known throughout the archipelago and worlwide. In addition to producing fabrics with traditional motifs, we also produce ethnic motifs from different areas but we still maintain the Pedan typical. weaving centers in the Pedan Village, about 10 kilometers from the city of Klaten. District of Klaten make Pedan as places to fabrics dan fashion tour.
Bermimpilah besar karena Rajamu besar...Anak Kerajaan tidak takut dengan kata orang, tetapi melekatkan hatinya pada Sang Raja...Bukan engkau yang hebat, tetapi Rajamu yang hebat
Kami melayani pembuatan Alat Tenun Bukan Mesin (ATBM/Traditional Loom) untuk keperluan pengrajin, pelatihan, pameran, instansi dll.
We serve the manufacture of Traditional Loom machinery for craftsmen, training, exhibitions,institutions,etc.

1 Suro Ceremony@Solo Palace

The atmosphere before the 1 suro procession begins at  Solo palace

Bule buffalo are considered sacred is just out the Palace gates

The group who carried spears palace

Batik@Kampung Laweyan

KAMPUNG Laweyan . A traditional village located on the south side of the city of Solo, Central Java. This village was special not simply because it is old, exotic villages, but also for storing a long trail in Solo batik industry. In the 19th century, these villages have experienced the heyday of the village of native batik merchant. The area also stands Syarekat Islamic Trade, the first trade association founded by Samanhoedi and native batik merchants, in 1912.
From the past until now, almost the entire population of these villages are living as producers and traders as well as batik.

Public Transport@Solo 

Speeding its passengers home before an impending tropical downpour, these are the beautiful sensuous lines of the 'Becaks' of Jogjakarta, Central Java. With a small petite hood, fulsome rounded fenders, their proportions rather remind me of a curvaceous large-hipped woman.
These machines would otherwise glide silently past but for a piece of gut stretched tight beneath their carriage. It produces a distinctive pretty modulated buzzing sound to alert pedestrians of the Becak's presence. There is also usually an old bolt tied to the handle bar with an elastic band. The driver uses this device to demand a clear passage in crowded conditions. The resulting metallic 'clackety, clack clack' sound resonates around the frame of the Becak. The Becaks of Solo use large gongs to forge their way in traffic.
There are many different designs of Becak in Java which vary from region to region. Some of them are elaborately painted works of art on wheels.


The Dokar (horse and carriage) is a form of transportation tourists to see much anymore in Solo areas.

Traditional Kuliner@my City


Wedangan can be found almost in every corner of the city of Solo, because it Wedangan is one where people socialize in Solo. On the table, which was wrapped in rice are small and the various side dishes are served and gave freedom to the viewer to pick at will. Side dishes which are available on the table is usually clam satay, kikil satay, satay quail eggs, tahu and fried tempe bacem. But you can also order a side dish to be used as fried chicken and fish. In a place like this Wedangan everyone get along.


Serabi  Solo is a lighter-style foods Solo, Central Java. This food is made from rice flour mixed with coconut milk and fried over charcoal or similar  Pannekoek. Srabi is typical of Solo snack made from coconut milk mixed with a little flour, which makes it taste salty. Also given the usual sprinkling of a piece of banana, jackfruit or even meses and cheese if liked. Famous Srabi from Notokusuman area, which is often abbreviated to Notosuman (Srabi Notosuman).


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