Silk ‘Furisode’ (long-sleeved kimono worn by young unmarried women). Meiji or Taisho periods (1868-1927), Japan

Silk ‘Furisode’ (long-sleeved kimono worn by young unmarried women). Meiji or Taisho periods Japan. MET Museum (Met dates this garment at which is very broad) (Gift of Mrs. Ray C. Kramer, Love the cranes!

kimono 着物

Dressing in the traditional kimono requires two people: a friend to tie the elaborate obi is a must.

Kimono

(Geiko of Kyoto vs. Geisha of Tokyo - basic differences in the look! All Kyotogesha wear Long trailing kimono-hikizuri. of Kyoto geiko.

おいらん

Tamasaburo 玉三郎 - The great kabuki actor Tamasaburo. Read the accompanying article on kabuki theater, its very informative.

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