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緑青色地鳳凰に桐の図振袖

緑青色地鳳凰に桐の図振袖

Photo of Kimono for the Kabuki theatre, 1870-1890, Japan. Museum no. FE.73-2014. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

thekimonogallery: “ Outer kimono (uchikake), satin silk with appliqué and embroidery, Scenes from two well-known plays feature. The garment may have been worn by a Kabuki actor, but decorative themes on stage costumes were not usually so.

Japanese Traditional Kimono | Japanese traditional silk brocaded embroidered wedding kimono with ...

Japanese traditional silk brocaded embroidered wedding kimono with lining, or earlier. Fine embroidered wedding kimono gown with traditional wedding motif: flying white storks, flowers and flowers cart.

◆振袖レンタルフルセット【R439】水色牡丹と雪輪に鳳凰と花(振/HL)身長150~170cm〔結婚式卒業式パーティーに〕

◆振袖レンタルフルセット【R439】水色牡丹と雪輪に鳳凰と花(振/HL)身長150~170cm〔結婚式卒業式パーティーに〕

Suiyoubi no Campanella

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白綾地秋草模様小袖 尾形光琳

Kosode (kimono with small wrist openings), autumn flower-plants pattern on twill weave fabric, Edo century Tokyo National Museum.

黒繻子地紅葉に孔雀の羽模様打掛(明治時代)

Kimono - Silk oiran uchikake (in this case, not a wedding kimono) dating to the late century, Japan. Surviving oiran kimono are very rare

UCHIKAKE Japanese, Late Edo or early Meiji period, mid-19th century DIMENSIONS: 160.7 x 119.4 cm (63 1/4 x 47 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE: Silk satin embroidered with silk and gold-metallic thread

Japanese Uchikake Kimono, mid century "hello, welcome to my home. first you'll want to go find yourself a kimono, door on your left.

Tabane-Noshi Furisode - Meiji (1868-1911). Although the layout and design of this striking antique furisode may seem to be quite "modern", it is in fact very similar to at least one 18th century example [The Story of The Kimono, Jill Liddell, plate 200]. The prominent motif on this furisode is that of the Tabane-Noshi: "noshi" originally means narrow strips of dried abalone bundled together in the middle, and was the ritual offering to God in Japanese Shinto religion.

Tabane-Noshi Furisode - Meiji The prominent motif on this furisode is that of the Tabane-Noshi: "noshi" originally means narrow strips of dried abalone bundled together in the middle, and was the ritual offering to God in Japanese Shinto religion.

Robe for a Japanese princess.  Hosonaga (Princess’s Robe) with White Wisteria Medallions on Dark Purple Tortoise-shell.  18th to early 19th century, Japan. Kyoto National Museum

Hosonaga (Princess's Robe) with White Wisteria Medallions on Dark Purple Tortoise-shell Diaper in Do, Edo Period, Kyoto National Museum

Kimono obi sketches

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'Yasono', Ways to Tie an Obi, A New Publication (Shimpan obi musubisama kusagusa) , Japan, 1920

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