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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

Kimono Japan 1910-1930 Silk crepe (chirimen) with tie-dyeing (shibori) and embroidery Width 129 cm x Length 158 cm Museum number: FE.17-1994 The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century.

Kimono Japan 1910-1930 Silk crepe (chirimen) with tie-dyeing (shibori) and embroidery Width 129 cm x Length 158 cm Museum number: FE.17-1994 The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century.

Men's Kimono (Kimono is more formal that the Yukata, which is used more for summer festivals)

Men's Kimono (Kimono is more formal that the Yukata, which is used more for summer festivals)

Surcoat (jinbaori), mid Edo period, 18th century, wool, silk, brocade. Japan. Photograph by Brad Flowers © The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas. Courtesy, Museum  of Fine Arts, Boston

Surcoat (jinbaori), mid Edo period, 18th century, wool, silk, brocade. Japan. Photograph by Brad Flowers © The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas. Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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