Silk furisode, early Showa period (1930′s), Japan.  Art Institute of Chicago.   Photography by Lori L Stalteri on Flickr

Silk furisode, early Showa period (1930′s), Japan. Art Institute of Chicago. Photography by Lori L Stalteri on Flickr

Dyed-aperture pattern Kosode Kikusui ground white Nume  (with what dyed-iris pattern Kikusui joints without)

Dyed-aperture pattern Kosode Kikusui ground white Nume (with what dyed-iris pattern Kikusui joints without)

帯締めアレンジ♡ #kimono #obijime #art #japan #japaneseart #japanesegirl #japanesegirl…

帯締めアレンジ♡ #kimono #obijime #art #japan #japaneseart #japanesegirl #japanesegirl…

Furisode featuring Plank Bridges (Yatsuhashi), irises and Swallow.  Late 18th, early 19th century, Japan. Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen) and silk and metallic thread embroidery on yellow-green silk crepe (chirimen).  LACMA (Gift of Mrs. Philip A. Colman in memory of Philip A. Colman)

Furisode featuring Plank Bridges (Yatsuhashi), irises and Swallow. Late 18th, early 19th century, Japan. Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen) and silk and metallic thread embroidery on yellow-green silk crepe (chirimen). LACMA (Gift of Mrs. Philip A. Colman in memory of Philip A. Colman)

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