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Kosode, Late Edo period (1789–1868), late 18th century Silk and gold-leaf-over-lacquered-paper strips, warp-float faced twill weave with weft float faced twill interlacings of secondary binding warps and supplementary patterning wefts; interlined with cotton, plain weave (64 x 52 in.). The Art Institute of Chicago

Silk and gold-leaf-over-lacquered-paper strips, warp-float faced twill weave with weft float faced twill interlacings of secondary binding warps and.

Noh costume robe (atsuita) for male role with alternating blocks of color and design (dangawari) including diamonds, squares, floral medallions and dragon roundels in violet, blue, brown, red, white, green, yellow and pink silk and gilt paper supplementary weft patterning. There is a purple, plain-weave silk lining.

Noh costume (atsuita) Kimono Japanese, Late Edo or early Meiji era,

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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

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

SOCERER'S ROBE, BLUE AND GOLD Costume Japanese Kamakura period, 1185-1333 Creation Place: Japan

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Robe (kosode) Period: Edo period Kanbun era Date: quarter of the century, probably Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread

Kosode with Floral Bouquets and Latticework,   Edo period (19th century)   White figured silk satin (rinzu) with colored embroidery, couched gold and stencilled imitation tie-dying (katakanoko)

Kosode with Floral Bouquets and Latticework, Edo period century) White figured silk satin (rinzu) with colored embroidery, couched gold and stencilled imitation tie-dying (katakanoko)

Kosode (kimono), 17th century Japan. This tsujigahana kosode (short-sleeved kimono) is shibori-dyed (tie-dyed) into pine bark and diamond-patterned horizontal bands. These dangawari (alternating colored) bands are further accentuated with delicate embroidery and surihaku gold leaf. Kyoto National Museum

Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Flowering Plants and Pine Bark Lozenge Patterns in Embroidery, Edo Period, c.

Kasane Dounuki, Mid to late Meiji era (1870-1911). besides the yuzen-dyed bamboo on the black portion - dreamlike ogres and dancers from "otsue" Japanese folktales on a dark blue background. The Kimono Gallery

Kasane Dounuki, Mid to late Meiji era besides the yuzen-dyed bamboo on the black portion - dreamlike ogres and dancers from "otsue" Japanese folktales on a dark blue background. The Kimono Gallery

Late Taisho to early Showa (1920-1940)

Late Taisho to early Showa (1920-1940)

Noh costume, nuihaku is decorated with embroidery and metallic leaf and is usually worn for the role of a woman. Edo period (1615–1868), second half of 18th century. |  Silk embroidery and metallic leaf on silk satin

Noh costume (nuihaku) with books and nandina branches, Edo period second half of century Japan Silk embroidery and metallic leaf on silk satin

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