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Traditional japanese kimono

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Fine vintage Japanese silk kimono. A fine Japanese kimono, circa 1970s. A wonderful textile for collectors. A silk Japanese furisode kimono with fine decoration. The furisode was made with a light orange color silk. Hand painted and hand-sewn in Japan. Japanese traditional vintage kimono, Japan, 1970s. Measures: Total width 49" Shoulders 24” across Sleeves 36” Bust 24” flat Waist 24” flat Hips 24” flat Length 58”, Measured flat.

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Womens Satin Kimono Sleeve Knot Front Shirt Dress - Beige - 4 - Inspired by the traditional Japanese national dress, this kimono dress is exceptionally flattering and super comfortable too. This T-shaped, wrap-front kimono style dress flatters all body shapes and sizes as the wrap styling cinches your waist as the wide, loose-fitting kimono sleeves drape delicately over your arms. The ideal solution to any dress code, this kimono sleeve dress looks great styled with sneakers for a day out…

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"Men's japanese samurai kimono Manufacturing in Kyoto, Japan Material: 100% cotton \"Shantung\", Thick quality fabrics, un-lined Black color Pattern: in the back silvery or gilded embroidery of Kanji 侍 for Samurai On the breast embroidery of Kamon \"Mokko\" family coat of arms of Shogun Oda Nobunaga Use: to wear over the kimono or yukata, after bathing, relaxation, relaxation, zazen meditation, yoga or others Available size: (58inch) Kimono (58 inch) length 158 cm Width from handle to…

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This is an antique netsuke made in Japan around Edo period 1800s. Netsuke is a miniature sculpture, originating in 17th century Japan. Initially a simply-carved button fastener on the cords of an inro box, netsuke later developed into ornately sculpted objects of craftsmanship. Traditionally, Japanese kimono did not have pockets. Though the sleeves of the kimono could be used to store small items, the men who wore kimono needed a larger and stronger container in which to store personal…

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This is a traditional Japanese doll with kimono called 'Kimekomi ningyo', made in Taisho era around 1912-1926s. Kimekomi dolls are made of woods. The clothes are glued or forced into a slot in the base of the doll. Some of kimekomi dolls like this are contemporary to the Japanese poet and painter Yumeji Takehisa (1884-1934) and are inspired by his world.

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Widespread ideas about globalization were characteristic of the 1970s. Combined with the new fashion movements that relied on the use of vivid color, inspiration from Japanese dress fit this aesthetic. The traditional Japanese kimono, often featuring vivid yet pastel hues and floral embroidery is reimaged in this vintage recreation. Done in silk, this garment showcases an avian motif with tones of blush, red-orange, cornflower, green, and gold with oriental styled clouds in the background…

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