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This is an enticing Mai Curren bland Uchikake with colorful autumn flower pattern such as 'Fuyo'(mallow rose), 'Kiku'(chrysanthemum), 'ominaeshi'(patrinia) and 'Kikyo'(Chinese bellflower), which is woven

This is an enticing Mai Curren bland Uchikake with colorful autumn flower pattern such as 'Fuyo'(mallow rose), 'Kiku'(chrysanthemum), 'ominaeshi'(patrinia) and 'Kikyo'(Chinese bellflower), which is woven

Woven wedding kimono (uchikake) with a juni-hitoe layered effect on the sleeves and hem. The pink background is an unusual colour; most modern uchikake feature red, not pink. The design features cranes, streams, and flowers appropriate for both spring and autumn weddings.

Wedding kimono Woven wedding kimono (uchikake) with the popular crane motif as well as pine trees and flowers.

Noh costume (nuihaku) with floral roundels and scattered clusters of autumn flowers and bamboo grass , do period (19th century)   Silk satin with stenciled gold leaf and embroidery

Noh costume (nuihaku) with floral roundels and scattered clusters of autumn flowers and bamboo grass , do period century) Silk satin with stenciled gold leaf and embroidery

Buddhist Vestment (Kesa) Made from a Noh Costume (Karaori) with Autumn Grasses and Butterflies | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Buddhist Vestment (Kesa) Made from a Noh Costume (Karaori) with Autumn Grasses and Butterflies

Kosode kimono of flowering plants of autumn on white ground. Hand painted by OGATA Korin, 1721, Important Cultural Property of Japan 白綾地秋草模様小袖 尾形光琳筆

kimono Tokyo National Museum exhibition: Ukiyo-e and Fashion in the Edo Period Kosode dress (i. garment with small wrist opening.

Fuschia Uchikake with Floral and Autumn Leaf Designs from TreatDressing.jp

Fuschia Uchikake with Floral and Autumn Leaf Designs from TreatDressing.

The Kimono Gallery : Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Maple Tree and River, first half of the 20th century.

Kimono Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Maple Tree and River Period: Shōwa period Date: first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed silk satin damask embroidered with silk and metallic thread Accession Number:

Hitoe  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk gauze (ro)

Unlined Kimono with Landscape and Poem Period: Edo period Date: second half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk gauze (ro); silk embroidery and resist dyeing

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