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Two cranes, Japanese silk embroidery ---------- #japan #japanese #kimono

Two cranes, Japanese silk embroidery ---------- #japan #japanese #kimono

This would work for something to wear. I have always liked the Kimono. It is simple, but beautiful. Form fitting, but comfortable. Silk is always a bonus in my book... It breathes well and feels light and airy.

This would work for something to wear. I have always liked the Kimono. It is simple, but beautiful. Form fitting, but comfortable. Silk is always a bonus in my book... It breathes well and feels light and airy.

Title: Dragon Scroll  Artist: Unknown (Japanese)  Art Movement: Japanese Meiji (1868-1912) - Japan  Materials/Techniques: Silk and silver thread embroidery

Title: Dragon Scroll Artist: Unknown (Japanese) Art Movement: Japanese Meiji (1868-1912) - Japan Materials/Techniques: Silk and silver thread embroidery

just saw an amazing vintage kimono and wanted to buy it. It's cream and silver, wonder if I could pull this look off? Extra eyeliner for sure.

just saw an amazing vintage kimono and wanted to buy it. It's cream and silver, wonder if I could pull this look off? Extra eyeliner for sure.

Silk embroidery, all hand embroidered with fine silk threads on silk by embroidery artists in Su Embroidery Studio, Suzhou China

Silk embroidery, all hand embroidered with fine silk threads on silk by embroidery artists in Su Embroidery Studio, Suzhou China

Evening coat, 1920s–30s, Japanese. Medium: silk, metallic thread | The Metropoitan Museum of Art

Evening coat, 1920s–30s, Japanese. Medium: silk, metallic thread | The Metropoitan Museum of Art

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