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19th century cotton country Kimono, featuring tsutsugaki technique.  Japan

19th century cotton country Kimono, featuring tsutsugaki technique. Japan

手描友禅正絹古典柄振袖 「古典几帳文」

手描友禅正絹古典柄振袖 「古典几帳文」

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kyo-yu-zen_furisode

アンティーク 渦巻きに桔梗模様織り出し銘仙

アンティーク 渦巻きに桔梗模様織り出し銘仙

Japanese kimonos are from the early 20th century

Machine-spun pongee silk woven with stencil-printed warp threads (meisen) Japan, late Taisho-early Showa period,

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A silk kimono featuring bamboo leaf motifs.  Taisho period (1912-1926), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Kimono, Taisho era A silk kimono featuring bamboo leaf motifs. The Kimono Gallery

納戸縮緬地飛鶴風景鯉の滝登り文様小袖

納戸縮緬地飛鶴風景鯉の滝登り文様小袖

「加賀友禅」の画像検索結果

「加賀友禅」の画像検索結果

Women's kimono from the first half of the 19th century, Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Japan, Katabira Kosode, Asa (bast fiber) plain weave with silk and metallic embroidery and paste-resist dyeing (yuzen); white silk lining, first half of c

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