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In 1641 the Dutch  became the only European power permitted by the shogunate to trade with Japan. This fashionable morning gown was made in Japan especially for Dutch traders who acquired such garments as gifts for high-level Dutch East India Company executives. In construction, it resembles Japanese kimonos, as lacks shoulder seams and has two long pieces of cloth extended unbroken over the shoulders. The sleeves, however, are attached in a manner more typical of Western dress.

In 1641 the Dutch became the only European power permitted by the shogunate to trade with Japan. This fashionable morning gown was made in Japan especially for Dutch traders who acquired such garments as gifts for high-level Dutch East India Company executives. In construction, it resembles Japanese kimonos, as lacks shoulder seams and has two long pieces of cloth extended unbroken over the shoulders. The sleeves, however, are attached in a manner more typical of Western dress.

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Men’s dressing gown, ca. 1707-1720.  From the Victoria & Albert Museum.  In the 18th century, what we now call a dressing gown or a robe was called a nightgown, morning gown or banyan and was something like a light jacket meant to be worn in the mornings and evenings around the house.  This one is inspired by Japanese kimonos and was woven in England.

Men’s dressing gown, ca. 1707-1720. From the Victoria & Albert Museum. In the 18th century, what we now call a dressing gown or a robe was called a nightgown, morning gown or banyan and was something like a light jacket meant to be worn in the mornings and evenings around the house. This one is inspired by Japanese kimonos and was woven in England.

Apple felice annata giapponese vestito xs s di kamomeya su Etsy

Apple felice annata giapponese vestito xs s di kamomeya su Etsy

Banyan, Brown wool damask banyan, lined with light brown twill; full sleeves trimmed with brown velvet; no collar, no front closure; flowers show chinese influence.  Date: 1740-1750

Banyan, Brown wool damask banyan, lined with light brown twill; full sleeves trimmed with brown velvet; no collar, no front closure; flowers show chinese influence. Date: 1740-1750

Very rare banyan, woman's coat or persian kaftan from the late 18c or early 19c. it is completely quilted on a printed lining.

Very rare banyan, woman's coat or persian kaftan from the late 18c or early 19c. it is completely quilted on a printed lining.

1760-70 Banyan | Manchester City Galleries | Reputedly worn by George lll, and presented by him to his Lord Chamberlain's secretary as a perquisite. Imported Indian cottons were increasingly popular, even if banned, during the 1760s, leading to the repeal on this ban in 1774. Accession Number 1951.11

1760-70 Banyan | Manchester City Galleries | Reputedly worn by George lll, and presented by him to his Lord Chamberlain's secretary as a perquisite. Imported Indian cottons were increasingly popular, even if banned, during the 1760s, leading to the repeal on this ban in 1774. Accession Number 1951.11

corsetto 1600-1650

corsetto 1600-1650

ca. 1882, [ambrotype portrait, housed in a kiri-wood case, of a Japanese gentleman, identified on verso as “Kobayashi Shozaemon, 25 ye...

ca. 1882, [ambrotype portrait, housed in a kiri-wood case, of a Japanese gentleman, identified on verso as “Kobayashi Shozaemon, 25 ye...

"The Rokumeikan period in Meiji era. The Western style.    It is in the trend of Western-style-izing. For the reason of the sanitary inconvenience and the economy of the "Nihon-gami", the conventional Japanese coiffure, the Western hairstyle started being used."

"The Rokumeikan period in Meiji era. The Western style. It is in the trend of Western-style-izing. For the reason of the sanitary inconvenience and the economy of the "Nihon-gami", the conventional Japanese coiffure, the Western hairstyle started being used."

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