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Edo Uchikake. Late Edo period (1840-1868), Japan. The Kimono Gallery.

Edo Uchikake. Late Edo period (1840-1868), Japan. The Kimono Gallery.

This kimono uses the element of line drawing to creates the tree shape and also use black and white which creates contrast to emphasis tree.

This kimono uses the element of line drawing to creates the tree shape and also use black and white which creates contrast to emphasis tree.

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Kimono (www.metmuseum.org)

Kimono (www.metmuseum.org)

# 3: Yukiko Hanai designed this silk furisode. 2012, Japan.

# 3: Yukiko Hanai designed this silk furisode. 2012, Japan.

This is a magnificent Geisya's susohiki kimono from mid Showa period(Showa:1926-1989) or earlier.  What an APPEALING design it has! Young samurai and kimono ladies are dyed with cherry blossoms - it is a scene of 'Ohanami'(cherry-blossom viewing) in olden time. Please enjoy its wonderful yuzen details with more photos.  Susohiki literally means 'trail the skirt' and it was worn to do the elegant dance with a folding fan in the Japanese style drawing room. It has very long length and…

This is a magnificent Geisya's susohiki kimono from mid Showa period(Showa:1926-1989) or earlier. What an APPEALING design it has! Young samurai and kimono ladies are dyed with cherry blossoms - it is a scene of 'Ohanami'(cherry-blossom viewing) in olden time. Please enjoy its wonderful yuzen details with more photos. Susohiki literally means 'trail the skirt' and it was worn to do the elegant dance with a folding fan in the Japanese style drawing room. It has very long length and…

Embroidered Ivory Silk Kimono, Late 19th C, Augusta Auctions, October 2006 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 818

Embroidered Ivory Silk Kimono, Late 19th C, Augusta Auctions, October 2006 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 818

taisho kimono

taisho kimono

Kosode with Scenes from Noh Plays  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 18th century–first half of the 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

Kosode with Scenes from Noh Plays Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 18th century–first half of the 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

19th century (Edo Period) kimono (uchikake) with a design of famous places in Kyoto embroidered in green, blue and white silk and couched with gold metallic thread on a dark blue silk satin ground (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

19th century (Edo Period) kimono (uchikake) with a design of famous places in Kyoto embroidered in green, blue and white silk and couched with gold metallic thread on a dark blue silk satin ground (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

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