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Furisode with tachibana orange trees and bamboos. Edo period (1603-1868) 18th century

Furisode with Tachibana Orange Trees and Bamboo, century, Tie-dyeing (shibori), printed freckled pattern and embroidery on white silk satin.

This is one of the world’s oldest surviving kimonos: 16th century, Japan.  Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Alternating Blocks of Flowers and Plants in Embroidery and Gold Leaf.  Kyoto National Museum, Japan

One Of The World's Oldest Surviving Kimonos -- Century -- Japan. Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Alternating Blocks of Flowers and Plants in Embroidery & Gold Leaf -- Kyoto National Museum, Japan

Surihaku Noh Costume - "Rubbed metal foil." A decorative technique for textiles in which metal foil is impressed on a design first drawn in paste.

Surihaku (Noh costume) kimono, Azuchi-Momoyama period century), Important Cultural Property of Japan

Kosode with blooming Japanese plum trees and circular windows. Period / Date  Edo period (1603-1868) 18th century. Medium  Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen), embroidery and printed freckled pattern on light-purple silk crepe (chirimen).  Museum collection

Kosode with blooming Japanese plum trees and circular windows century). Edo period medium Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen), embroidery and printed freckled pattern on light-purple silk crepe (chirimen).

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.

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

Summer Kimono with Crickets, Grasshoppers, Cricket Cage and Miscanthus Grass.  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912). Culture: Japan. Medium: Resist-dyed and painted silk gauze, embroidered. Dimensions: 65 x 50 in. (165.1 x 127 cm).

Summer Kimono with Crickets, Grasshoppers, Cricket Cage and Miscanthus Grass Period: Meiji period Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and painted silk gauze, embroidered

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

I think a purple obi would go pretty...compliment the stripe near bottom    Kimono Tsujigahana

I think a purple obi would go pretty…compliment the stripe near bottom Kimono Tsujigahana

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