Kimono Japan Silk crepe (chirimen) with tie-dyeing (shibori) and embroidery Width 129 cm x Length 158 cm Museum number: The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early century.
Kimonos come in a range of styles, motifs, and colors. Formal kimonos also have a family crest. Single young ladies wear kimonos of bright and elaborate design, while those worn by men are less colorful. Modern design of a wedding kimono
Meiji Geisha Hikizuri - Meiji era A rare style of Geisha antique dancing kimono featuring yuzen-dyed pictures of geishas dancing and playing music. Occasional touches of embroidery. from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x height. The Kimono Gallery