Japanese Kimono Bag

Japanese Kimono Bag - "And be not infirm, and be not grieving, and you shall have the upper hand if you are believers.” Surah Al-i Imran, 139

Kimono

Japan, embroidered green kimono, noh costume or uchikake kimono, worked with gold thread to depict flying crane

Qing Dynasty kingfisher feather hairpin Made in the 19th century

Qing Dynasty kingfisher feather hairpin made in the century The blue parts of this hairpin are made out of kingisher feathers Kingfisher feathers were often used to decorate crowns and tiaras in the Qing court

薄紅色に染まるちぎれ雲がうかぶような模様が織り出された、生成り色の地に、きりりと映える黒でデザインされたシルエットのようなお花模様が印象的な銘仙単着物です。

"Obi Dome" or sash clip is metal fixings to keep obi (or sash) of kimono nicely fixed against loosing. It became into fashion among geisha girls in Meiji era.

Presumably Hanhaba obi used for variation of CHO (butterfly) musubi?

Presumably Hanhaba obi used for variation of CHO (butterfly) musubi?

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