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Kimono, Japan, 1850-1900 from the exhibition "Kimono: Decoration, Symbols & Motifs" at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Kimono, Japan, 1850-1900 from the exhibition "Kimono: Decoration, Symbols & Motifs" at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

"School of Fish" Kimono. Yuzen Technique- Japanese Silk Dye Technique- 1955, Ishikawa Museum of Art

"School of Fish" Kimono. Yuzen Technique- Japanese Silk Dye Technique- 1955, Ishikawa Museum of Art

Things to do in harajuku, tokyo, japan kimomo flee market ♥ Kimono Flea markets and stalls are scattered throughout most shopping districts selling a wide range of beautifully designed second hand kimonos, obi’s and haori (kimono jackets) from different materials at very reasonable prices. I bought my haori seen below for just $10.

Things to do in harajuku, tokyo, japan kimomo flee market ♥ Kimono Flea markets and stalls are scattered throughout most shopping districts selling a wide range of beautifully designed second hand kimonos, obi’s and haori (kimono jackets) from different materials at very reasonable prices. I bought my haori seen below for just $10.

Kosode with snow roundels and chrysanthemums..... Edo Period [1603 ~ 1868] via mahala knight

Kosode with snow roundels and chrysanthemums..... Edo Period [1603 ~ 1868] via mahala knight

"Shoin", a kimono created by artist Yuri Keiko. Jury Prize winner at the (Institute ) Japan Dyers Association

"Shoin", a kimono created by artist Yuri Keiko. Jury Prize winner at the (Institute ) Japan Dyers Association

This is Shibori Kimono produced in Akita Asamai area for Edo period.The pattern is Eba-gara. A carp swims in spray. The lower part is dark indigo Shibori in Shirakage-Shibori at the upper part. This cotton is spun by hand. The Eba-gara Shibori kimono was a great high-quality item ordered in particular for Nishimonai-Bon dance.

This is Shibori Kimono produced in Akita Asamai area for Edo period.The pattern is Eba-gara. A carp swims in spray. The lower part is dark indigo Shibori in Shirakage-Shibori at the upper part. This cotton is spun by hand. The Eba-gara Shibori kimono was a great high-quality item ordered in particular for Nishimonai-Bon dance.