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Kimono, red shibori-dyed, Japan, 1790-1830 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The long swinging sleeves (furisode) indicate that it was worn by a young woman, probably the daughter of a wealthy merchant.

Kimono, red shibori-dyed, Japan, 1790-1830 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The long swinging sleeves (furisode) indicate that it was worn by a young woman, probably the daughter of a wealthy merchant.

Ziketteland: Archive / Attush man robe/ Japan

Ziketteland: Archive / Attush man robe/ Japan

Sun & Steel

Sun & Steel

Fukumi Shimura

Fukumi Shimura

Kimono Boys - Yuzen Dyeing on black silk - L. 113 cm - Taisho Era

Kimono Boys - Yuzen Dyeing on black silk - L. 113 cm - Taisho Era

19th century uchikake via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

19th century uchikake via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Vêtements Traditionnels,Robe,Aïnous,Vêtements Japonais,Tissu Japonais,Textiles Japonais,Soleil Levant,19e Siècle,Projets

silk kimono, early showa period (1927-1940)

silk kimono, early showa period (1927-1940)

Japan - Hakama - tied around waist, seven pleats, can be divided like trousers

Japan - Hakama - tied around waist, seven pleats, can be divided like trousers

Kimono Japan

Kimono Japan

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