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Огромная подборка от Галочки – 140 поражающих воображение КИМОНО! Раритетные и современные, вышивка и роспись, аппликация и прозрачные кимоно-пеньюары – это настоящие произведения искусства.

Summer robe (katabira) - Edo Period [Japan] Looks like its made of linen with embroidery.

加賀友禅 Kaga-Yuzen

加賀友禅 The Japan's three yuzen. An tinge with the depth is a characteristic and is good at photograph taken on a spot-like expression. Simple kimono not to use other technique only by dyeing

"Checking the wind" a kimono created by artist Kenji Nakai.  Jury Prize winner at the (Institute ) Japan Dyers Association

The Kimono Gallery. “Wind Examine” Kimono created by Kenji Nakai. Governor of Kyoto Prefecture Award. Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award work Japan

Katabira (Summer Kimono) with Imperial Cormorant Fishing Scene in Dyeing and Embroidery on Light Blue Ramie Ground, Edo Period, 18th c.  Kyoto National Museum

Japan Katabira (Summer Kimono) with Imperial Cormorant Fishing Scene in Dyeing and Embroidery on Light Blue Ramie Ground.

Formal Kimono with design in yuzen-zome by Tajima Hiroshi, Japanese National Living Treasure

Formal Kimono with design in yuzen-zome by Tajima Hiroshi, Japanese National Living Treasure

Kimono Nagoya : Kaga-Yuzen have a distinct style. You’ve seen them. They’re traditional and ‘designer’ in most cases which means they are out of the price range of all but the most serious collectors, enthusiasts and wealthy.

Kimono Nagoya : Kaga-Yuzen have a distinct style. They’re traditional and ‘designer’ in most cases which means they are out of the price range of all but the most serious collectors, enthusiasts and wealthy.

'Katsugi' (hood garment). Edo period, 18 to 19th century. indigo dyed design by 'tsutsugaki' technique, ramie|The Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Edo period, 18 to C. indigo dyed design by 'tsutsugaki' technique, ramie.|The Japan Folk Crafts Museum

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