wagashi (Iris)

wagashi (Iris) Japanese culture puts so much emphasis on exquisite details in search of perfection.

日本のみならず、海外でも注目を集める和菓子。そこで、海外でも幅広く活躍する創作和菓子作家の御園井裕芙子さんに秋の和菓子を作っていただきました。

あなたがまだ知らない和菓子のおもてなし。Part1【創作和菓子 手毬】

Woman's Over-Robe (uchikake) with Design of Mandarin Oranges and Folded Paper Ornaments. Date: 18th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Tie-dyed satin damask with silk embroidery and gold couching.

Woman's Over-Robe (Uchikake) with Design of Mandarin Oranges and Folded Paper Ornaments Period: Edo period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Tie-dyed satin damask with silk embroidery and gold couching Accession Number:

Furisode (long-sleeved kimono), 19th century, Japan

century Japanese long-sleeved light blue silk satin robe (furisode) with design of sprays of narcissus and lines suggesting water embroidered with green, white and yellow silk.

Furisode with tachibana orange trees and bamboos, Edo period, 18th century, Japan

Furisode with Tachibana Orange Trees and Bamboo, century, Tie-dyeing (shibori), printed freckled pattern and embroidery on white silk satin.

Kimono

Mamechiyo's is renowned for her use of Western patterns and retro motifs reinterpreted and meshed in her own Kawaii aesthetic through which she redefined the traditional kimono.

マカロンのような綺麗色で織り出された、菱が連なる幾何学パターンがモダンな開き名古屋帯です。

マカロンのような綺麗色で織り出された、菱が連なる幾何学パターンがモダンな開き名古屋帯です。

Kimono for a woman, 1912

Machine-spun pongee silk woven with stencil-printed warp and weft threads (meisen) Japan, early Taisho period,

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