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Kimono made by Itchiku Kubota using the Tsujigahana technique. Breathtaking

Itchiku Kubota, a Japanese textile artist “famous for reviving and modernizing a lost to textile-dyeing and decorating technique called tsujigahana (literally, flowers at the crossroads).

Kibota´s Kimono Art

Kubota’s Kimono Art

Katabira (Summer Kimono) with Imperial Cormorant Fishing Scene in Dyeing and Embroidery on Light Blue Ramie Ground. 18th century, Japan. Kyo...

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

Itchiku Kubota vKimono as art.

Master Itchiku Kubota, Ohn/Fuji and Burning Clouds, Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

Masses of Blooming Hollyhock (1998) by the Late Japanese textile artist Itchiku Kubota(1917-2003) form the exhibition,Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota, Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio

Masses of Blooming Hollyhock by the Late Japanese textile artist Itchiku form the exhibition,Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota, Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio

Kimono, Edo Period, 19th c, Kyoto National Museum  from roger yorke's boards. he has tons of kimonos.

Kimono, Edo Period, c, Kyoto National Museum knit kimono inspiration.

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kimono Tokyo National Museum exhibition: Ukiyo-e and Fashion in the Edo Period Kosode dress (i. garment with small wrist opening.

Suntory Museum of Art, Tokyo. Kosode: Haute Couture Kimonos of the Edo Period -Premiere Showing of the Matsuzakaya Kimono Museum Masterpieces .

Kosode (proto-kimono), early century, Japan - Katabira with design of pinks, brushwood fences and swallows in resist dyeing and embroidery on pale purple bast-fiber clothLate Edo PeriodMatsuzakaya Kimono Museum

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