Japanese Uchikake  1930s.  Silk faille wedding kimono with gold and silver embroidery and gold surihaku—stenciled gold foil. The cranes depicted here symbolized long life.

Japanese Uchikake Silk faille wedding kimono with gold and silver embroidery and gold surihaku—stenciled gold foil. The cranes depicted here symbolized long life. from ~ SILK~ AmyLH

Maiko

Maiko if anyone knows me they know my thing for geishas lol my Sir wants to build me a little geisha house lol too cute

Japanese Fukuro Obi  11¾"x 158"  Decorated section:  11¾"x 100"  Gold lamé with silk and  metallic brocading.  Peacock motif.  Red, green, purple and white silk brocading, along with gold and silver brocading

Japanese Fukuro Obi Decorated section: Gold lamé with silk and metallic brocading. Red, green, purple and white silk brocading, along with gold and silver brocading

Oiran's hair style

Oiran's hair style- The Japanese consider the nape of the neck to be most arousing and highly desired hairstyles for Geisha always had low back collars.

Hakoseko 筥迫 is a Japanese small pouch / bag to accessorize kimono look. It's most popular among ladies in Edo period in Japan.

筥迫 is a Japanese small pouch / bag to accessorize kimono look. It's most popular among ladies in Edo period in Japan.

antique kimono for wedding

Uchikake im Pfauendesign und OHNE wattierten Saum! // Uchikake with peacock-design and WITHOUT padded hem!

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