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Heian era court ladies. Junihitoe. Japan

Heian era court ladies. Junihitoe. Japan

Jūnihitoe, antique kimono, the so called twelve-layer robe from the Heian era, Japan.

Junihitoe is a kind of formal kimono developed in Heian era. I fall in love with it since the first time i see it from manga(for example Genji Monogatar. Hime in Junihitoe

Japan, Heian Era, Suihatsu Style

Recreating Heian look on stage. Japan. The Heian period was a... (The Kimono Gallery)

Kabuki actor, Bando Tamasaburo (五代目 坂東 玉三郎) - the National Living Treasure of Japan

Dressed as a Genroku-bina doll in 'Juuni-hitoe', for Girl's Day. Official court clothing of the Heian Period (794-1185)| Flickr

Japanese ancient 12 layers kimono, Juni-hitoe 十二単 this somehow reminds me of the traditional Korean manner of court lady dressing

This Kimono is a reproduction of '12 hitoe', a Japanese traditional garb for ladies of the Heian Era, which requires 12 layers of kimono to complete the look.  As this piece was made of denim by Rina Karibe, it is probably too heavy to wear comfortably // photo by Tatsuya Ishiguro, 2004

Art by Rina Karibe / Jūnihitoe is only for women to wear. This is the Japanese tradition clothing that come at century. This is the most expensive Japanese tradition cloth.

Women on Heian Era (平安時代の女性)

Kumano Nachi Taisha, Wakayama, Japan - It is part of the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range, UNESCO site.

High-ranking Court lady of the Heian Period (794-1185) , Japan. Textiles during this period of Japan were often brocade ones heavily influenced by China (and in some cases the cloth itself was directly imported from that country)~Scan from book “The History of Women’s Costume in Japan.” (Lumikettu of Flickr)~AmyLH

High-ranking Court lady of the Heian Period , Japan. Textiles during this period of Japan were often brocade ones heavily influenced by .

History of kimono - nice to see with year instead of period, yes it's nice to know it was for example, the Edo period, but I never can remember the year that matches

History of kimono - nice to see with year instead of period, yes it's nice to know it was for example, the Edo period, but I never can remember the year that matches Más

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