No, it's not Heian fashion: this variety of courtwear was worn in the Meiji era, and could- I suppose- be considered the miniskirt variant of itsutsu-ginu-kouchiki juunihitoe.  The hakama are shorter, normal hakama rather than the hyper-formal, trailing "nagabakama" and the long robe layers are tied up at the waist in a sort of ohashouri for juunihitoe.  The hair is still in a long ponytail- similar to its Heian forbearer- but styled a bit differently.  I don't think "kasane no irome" was…

源氏物語、当時の貴族の風俗や生活を知るため、その舞台となった六條院『春の御殿(はるのおとど)』を1/4スケールで展示しています。書物や絵巻物でしか味わえなかった源氏物語が立体になり、中には光源氏や紫上などの登場人物が配され、リアルに源氏物語の世界を体感できる風俗博物館

A closeup of the layers of a junihitoe color combination.

亀甲地雲鶴丸文様唐衣 入子菱地窠に六曜菊文様表着 有職文様

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The hand of a model is barely seen under her layered sleeve during a demonstration Monday, July 7, 2008, of Junihitoe, 12-layered Ancient Kimono, for the G-8 spouses in Toyako, Japan. Junihitoe means 12 layers and is an example of the formal court dress worn by women during the Heian period (790-1185). Women were hidden behind screens at court and an occasional glimpse of their layered sleeves and hems was all that would be visible to a visitor or a suitor. White House photo by Shealah…

The hand of a model is barely seen under her layered sleeve during a demonstration Monday, July 7, 2008, of Junihitoe, 12-layered Ancient Kimono, for the G-8 spouses in Toyako, Japan. Junihitoe means 12 layers and is an example of the formal court dress worn by women during the Heian period (790-1185). Women were hidden behind screens at court and an occasional glimpse of their layered sleeves and hems was all that would be visible to a visitor or a suitor. White House photo by Shealah…

A closeup of the layers of a junihitoe combination.

霰亀甲地窠に六曜菊文様唐衣 霰亀甲地向蝶丸文様表着 三衣唐衣裳

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