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石田万介の作品。京都北山や比良の山野草や森のたたずまいを主題にした作品を発表している。彼の作品は何が描かれているか分かりやすい。

thekimonogallery: Kimono created by Ishida Mankai. “Fine work” Award at the Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award.

Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko (1847-1868), female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu (1868). - 9GAG

Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko (1847-1868), female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu (1868).

An onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a female warrior. Members of the samurai class in feudal Japan, they were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war.

cotton zanshi-ori yogi, or a sleeping kimono that is made from cloth which is woven from left over yarns.

Sri Thread: "A simply beautiful indigo dyed cotton zanshi-ori yogi, or a sleeping kimono that is made from cloth which is woven from left over yarns.

“Good Shadow” Kimono created and named by Mishima Tomoko. Winner of the Kyotoshinbunsha Award at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award. Japan

“Good Shadow” Kimono created and named by Mishima Tomoko. Winner of the Kyotoshinbunsha Award at the Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award.

Japan Heian Era Kimono

“Painted Skin : The Resurrection” - Huà Pí which the story is estimated to be set during the early Chinese Han Dynasty BC – 220 AD). Longs sleeves were as common on the hanfu than they were on the kimono.

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Japan, Kosode (kimono with small wrist openings), skin of pine-tree and bamboo pattern on white silk-warp fabric, Momoyama century Tokyo National Museum.

Snapshots of village life in Japan during the 1880’s.  Hand-colored photos, photographer unknown.  Images via National Museum of Denmark on Flickr.

Snapshot of village life in Japan during the Hand-colored photo, photographer unknown. Image via National Museum of Denmark.

Japan  Woman’s Summer Kimono (Katabira) with Pine, Fishing Nets, and Dragonflies, early Meiji period (1868-1912), first half of 19th century  Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Ramie crepe (chijimi) with paste-resist dyeing (shiroage) and handpainted pigments, 58 1/8 x 48 in. (147.64 x 121.92 cm)  Gift of Mrs. Wedworth W. Clarke (61.33.7)  Costume and Textiles Department.

aleyma: “ Woman’s summer kimono (katabira) with pine, fishing nets, and dragonflies. Made in Japan in the first half of the century (source).

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