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

つまり、一回目の聞香と三回目が同じ香、二回目四回目五回目が同じ香だと「匂宮」になる訳です。 組香の席では折り畳んだ和紙にこの「匂宮」と書き入れます。

草稿図案 一つ目 源氏香 - 染屋の独り言

Gerroku-Style, 1905-1920, collection Jan Dees

Gerroku-Style, collection Jan Dees The kimono is part of Japan's most well known cultural heritage. Within the scope of.

Japanese Wedding kimono in the Edo Period

Outer robe (uchikake) with theme of Mount Hôrai, Edo period second half of half of century Japan, Silk and metallic thread embroidery on silk satin damask with stencil–dyed details, Metropolitan Museum of Art

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This beautiful UCHUKAKE is usually brocaded or embroidered with the motif of congratulations such as cranes, pines, and a bounty of flowers. It is believed that UCHIKAKE started to be worn by the high-clas

投稿イラスト講座v13『日本髪の構造と飾り』ぺんたさん

tanuki-kimono: “ Nihongami: women hairstyle structure guide, by Penta This guide is a very nice start if you wish to draw (or try styling your hair ^^) in nihongami (Japanese hairdo).

Chrysanthemum furisode. Dating to 1915, Japan, this girl's furisode was yuzen dyed by the great master Tabata Kihachi III. It was probably made-to-order for a special event.

This girl’s furisode, dating to Japan, was yuzen dyed by the great master Tabata Kihachi III, and was probably made to order to celebrate a special event

七夕(たなばた)七夕 Tanabata - Star Festival artesano confitería japonesa: Ishii Koichi

七夕(たなばた)七夕 Tanabata - Star Festival artesano confitería japonesa: Ishii Koichi

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