JAPANESE EMBROIDERED GREEN SILK THEATER KIMONO. Worked with gold thread to depict crane decoration. - 74 in. high.

Japanese Embroidered Green Silk Theatre Kimono with Cranes worked in Gold Thread and lined with Red Silk .

White Bare Tree Kimono! While not as colorful as the kimono I collect, this one has poetic loveliness

White Bare Tree Kimono - this may not be "traditional witch" but it sure appeals to me and since I am a proud witch, I claim it for us all.

Kabuki Theatre Kimono displayed at Galerie am Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany.

Gold-brocade on black background and a padded hem - must be a heavy-weight kimono! [Kabuki Theatre Kimono displayed at Galerie am Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany.

a mid-to-late nineteenth century, indigo dyed cotton tsutsugaki yogi

A Nineteenth Century Tsutsugaki Yogi: Sleeping Kimono June 2010 Shown today is a mid-to-late nineteenth century, indigo dyed cotton tsutsugaki yogi, a sleeping kimono onto which auspicious symbols have been hand drawn and resist-dyed.

uchikake, edo period

Long-sleeved outer robe (uchikake) with padded hem and design of bamboo (take) and sparrows (suzume) embroidered with couched gold-wrapped thread on a green silk satin ground; lined with reddish-orange silk.

modern antenna - I normally try to stop to noon furisode kimonos, but this one is too gorgeous to pass up.

Ceremonial Robe  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Raw silk / Painted resist Dimensions: 67 1/2 x 54 in. (171.45 x 137.16 cm)

Ceremonial Robe Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Raw silk / Painted resist Dimensions: 67 x 54 in.

Kimono displayed at the Saltzburg Museum

Kimono Agemaki no Uchikake von Houshun Maeda, April Seide, Setagaya Museum © Kimono Agemaki no Uchikake von Houshun Maeda, April Seide, Setagaya Museum ( Salzburg Museum exhibition)

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