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Yuzen. During the Edo period, was invented by a painter of Folding fan < http://www.wanoa.com/articles/1726/ >

Yuzen. During the Edo period, was invented by a painter of Folding fan < http://www.wanoa.com/articles/1726/ >

kimono-de-kyobijin | Rakuten Global Market:  Pure silk furisode with full set ' Violet and somewhat or classic traditional furisode ' └ ( February ~ 12 month rental )

Pure silk furisode with full set ' Violet and somewhat or classic traditional furisode ' └ ( February ~ 12 month rental )

kimono-de-kyobijin | Rakuten Global Market: Pure silk furisode with full set ' Violet and somewhat or classic traditional furisode ' └ ( February ~ 12 month rental )

“Spring Haze”.   Kimono created by Megumi Sakurai.  Fine work.  33rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award work. Japan

“Spring Haze”. Kimono created by Megumi Sakurai. Fine work. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award work. Japan

Women's kimono (Kosode) from the early 19th century, Japan (Edo Period). Philadelphia Museum of Art

Women's kimono (Kosode) from the early 19th century, Japan (Edo Period). Philadelphia Museum of Art

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Japan, Kanazawa area    TYPE TEXTILE:  Furisode    APPROXIMATE DATE OR PERIOD:  Edo Era (1615-1868), late 1700s, prior to the turn of the Century    FABRIC CONTENT and CONDITION:  Finely woven Bast Fiber (linen) restricted to the nobility during the months of June, July, and August    FINISHED SIZE:  55 inches high x 49 inches at its widest point of the hem; if hung straight, the width measures 43 inches at the hem

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Japan, Kanazawa area TYPE TEXTILE: Furisode APPROXIMATE DATE OR PERIOD: Edo Era (1615-1868), late 1700s, prior to the turn of the Century FABRIC CONTENT and CONDITION: Finely woven Bast Fiber (linen) restricted to the nobility during the months of June, July, and August FINISHED SIZE: 55 inches high x 49 inches at its widest point of the hem; if hung straight, the width measures 43 inches at the hem

Scan F2.  Scans from book “The History of Women’s Costume in Japan."  Scanned by Lumikettu of Flickr.  Exacting recreation of Japanese costume many centuries ago…

Scan F2. Scans from book “The History of Women’s Costume in Japan." Scanned by Lumikettu of Flickr. Exacting recreation of Japanese costume many centuries ago…

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