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Kimono with Cockscomb Flowers Period: Taishō period (1912–26) Culture: Japan Medium: Paste-resist dyed (yūzen) and painted satin damask

Kimono with Cockscomb Flowers Period: Taishō period (1912–26) Culture: Japan Medium: Paste-resist dyed (yūzen) and painted satin damask

Modern wedding kimono    Modern reworking of the wedding kimono with short sleeves and a train. This design is known as mai curren and is inspired by Chinese robes. Mai curren uchikake tend to be very colourful; this one has blossom clusters in rainbow hues.

Modern wedding kimono Modern reworking of the wedding kimono with short sleeves and a train. This design is known as mai curren and is inspired by Chinese robes. Mai curren uchikake tend to be very colourful; this one has blossom clusters in rainbow hues.

Women's kimono from the first half of the 19th century (Edo Period) Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Women's kimono from the first half of the 19th century (Edo Period) Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Women's kimono (Kosode) from the early 18th century during the Edo Period, Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Women's kimono (Kosode) from the early 18th century during the Edo Period, Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Kimono with Design of Pheasant amidst Peonies. First half 20th century, Japan.  Silk crepe; hand-painted paste-resist dyeing with silk embroidered accents.  MET Museum.  Collection of Sue Cassidy Clark

Kimono with Design of Pheasant amidst Peonies. First half 20th century, Japan. Silk crepe; hand-painted paste-resist dyeing with silk embroidered accents. MET Museum. Collection of Sue Cassidy Clark

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