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Auspicious patterns- matsu (pine), ume (plum blossom) and tsuru (cranes).  From the Meiji era.

Kimono, Japan, from the exhibition "Kimono: Decoration, Symbols & Motifs" at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

"Crane kimono pattern in wave" three generations Tabata Kihachi

必見!豪華絢爛「KIMONO展 at 百段階段」

"Kosode (Kimono) with Phoenix and Paulownia in Yuzen Dyeing on Blue Crepe (Chirimen) Ground. 19th century.”  Kyoto National Museum

thekimonogallery: “Kosode (Kimono) with Phoenix and Paulownia in Yuzen Dyeing on Blue Crepe (Chirimen) Ground.

Wedding kimono    Woven wedding kimono (uchikake) with the popular crane motif as well as pine trees and flowers.

Wedding kimono Woven wedding kimono (uchikake) with the popular crane motif as well as pine trees and flowers.

Manteau royal Phénix Rouge – Red Phoenix royal coat.

KABUKI COSTUME Japanese, Meiji era, late /early Wool plain weave embroidered with metallic thread, appliqued: wool and cotton.

Taisho Kimono - Taisho (1912-1926). A stunning silk kimono featuring a 'shou-chiku-bai' design of pine trees, bamboo and ume blossoms created with yuzen-dyeing. Silk and metallic embroidery highlights worked on both outside and inside. For a better understanding of the total art involved, please glance at the 'back opened' image. 49" from sleeve end to sleeve-end x 63" height. The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Kimono - Taisho Silk kimono featuring a 'shou-chiku-bai' design of pine trees, bamboo and ume blossoms created with yuzen-dyeing. Silk and metallic embroidery highlights worked on both outside and inside

茶屋ごろも│じゅらく│帯のじゅらく│川島織物セルコン

茶屋ごろも│じゅらく│帯のじゅらく│川島織物セルコン

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