furisode

A special occasion kimono Shard likes

kimono

Ueno Tameji Yuzen dyeing ceremonial kimono of hitokoshi silk crepe “Delight”, made in 1954 Tokyo National Museum Collection

Japanese Uchikake  1930s. Silk faille wedding kimono with gold and silver embroidery and gold surihaku—stenciled gold foil. The cranes depicted here symbolized long life.

Japanese Uchikake Silk faille wedding kimono with gold and silver embroidery and gold surihaku—stenciled gold foil. The cranes depicted here symbolized long life. from ~ SILK~ AmyLH

橘模様打掛_江戸

thekimonogallery: “ Kosode (proto-kimono), late to early centry, Japan.

Kyoto

Two little Maiko girls posing in front of Heian Jingu Shrine in Kyoto, Japan by Frantisek Staud

gorgeous obi

An artfully beautiful crane patterned Japanese obi.

kimono

Black and white kimono

kimono

A Taisho Era Cotton Shibori Yukata

Kimono

Furisode kimono, third quarter of the nineteenth century (Late Edo period).

gorgeous obi

Beautiful Japanese obi has a fantastic embroidered bird design

kimono

Haruko Watanabe - Home Links to a great selection of contemporary kimono prints

打掛_千總

打掛_千總

Furisode_edo-era

Furisode_edo-era

十二単

"wedding of twelve-layered ceremonial kimono"

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波鶴琳派絵図

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