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Taisho to very early Showa Japan. The Kimono Gallery. A sheer ro hitoe kimono with all motifs constructed utilizing the shibori (tie-dye) technique. Our assessment.

Hand-spun pongee silk (tsumugi) woven with stencil-printed weft threads. Japan, Taisho period, 1912-26

“ Hand-spun pongee silk (tsumugi) woven with stencil-printed weft threads. Japan, Taisho period, All of the Kimono here can be found in the book, Fashioning Kimono: Dress and Modernity in.

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An omeshi-woven silk kimono. Taisho era (1912-1926), Japan. The Kimono Gallery. An “omeshi” silk kimono. Taisho era (1912-1926), Japan. The Kimono Gallery “Omeshi" silk involve designs created with the ikat technique . It is a heavy crepe silk woven...

An omeshi-woven silk kimono. Taisho era (1912-1926), Japan. The Kimono Gallery. An “omeshi” silk kimono. Taisho era (1912-1926), Japan. The Kimono Gallery “Omeshi" silk involve designs created with the ikat technique . It is a heavy crepe silk woven...

A boy’s plain silk miyamairi kimono created for a ceremonial Shinto shrine blessing. The main motif is the legendary young samurai Momotaro, accomplished with intricate yuzen-dyeing, painted highlights, plain and sagara embroidery.  Meiji period (1867-1911), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

A boy’s plain silk miyamairi kimono created for a ceremonial Shinto shrine blessing. The main motif is the legendary young samurai Momotaro, accomplished with intricate yuzen-dyeing, painted.

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Furisode with design of pine-bark inspired lozenges, hemp-leaf pattern, crane roundels, and plum trees

Showa period (1927-1940)

A meisen-like woven ramie-fibre hitoe kimono, featuring bold ‘kiri’ (paulownia) on linked-left-orientated swastika called ‘sauwastika’ motifs. The Kimono Gallery.

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