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“Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Pine Bark Lozenges, Hemp Leaf Design, and Scattered Crests in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored, Figured-Satin Ground”, 18th century, Japan.  Kyoto National Museum.

“Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Pine Bark Lozenges, Hemp Leaf Design, and Scattered Crests in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored, Figured-Satin Ground”, 18th century, Japan. Kyoto National Museum.

Kimono couleur perle à décor de fleurs de cerisier or et obi aux papillons d'or, porté par une geisha.   Japon, Mai 2015, ©Aru Ni~Tsu no ichi koma ある日の一コマ

Kimono couleur perle à décor de fleurs de cerisier or et obi aux papillons d'or, porté par une geisha. Japon, Mai 2015, ©Aru Ni~Tsu no ichi koma ある日の一コマ

A 19th-century summer kimono with a night scene and cherry blossom motifs.

A 19th-century summer kimono with a night scene and cherry blossom motifs.

Chrysanthemum furisode. Dating to 1915, Japan, this girl's furisode was yuzen dyed by the great master Tabata Kihachi III. It was probably made-to-order for a special event.

Chrysanthemum furisode. Dating to 1915, Japan, this girl's furisode was yuzen dyed by the great master Tabata Kihachi III. It was probably made-to-order for a special event.

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