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Kosode with design of chrysanthemums in kanoko shibori dyeing and embroidery on white plain-weave silkEarly Edo PeriodMatsuzakaya Kimono Museum:

Kosode with design of chrysanthemums in kanoko shibori dyeing and embroidery on white plain-weave silk Early Edo Period Matsuzakaya Kimono Museum

Edo period kimono in the Edo Museum, Tokyo

Japanese Wedding kimono in the Edo Period

Kosode, By Hoitsu Sakai

Robe (Kosode) with Cherry Blossoms and Cypress Fence Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 17th century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread embroidery with resist dyeing on satin damask

Kazuki - Outer kimono - Mid-Edo Period

Noh robe (Nuihaku) with Design of Butterflies and Miscanthus Grass in Mist Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 17th century Culture: Japan Medium: Robe: gold and silver leaf on silk satin damask; butterflies: silk embroidery on plain-weave silk Accession Number: 66.20

Kosode with Design of Pines and Interlocking Squares Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Tie-dyed (shibori) pattern on figured silk satin (rinzu) Classification: Costumes. This garment's design juxtaposes interlocking squares with gently diagonal passages of pines, in their conventionalized cloudlike form. The entire pattern was rendered in a resist-dyeing technique called kanoko (literally, fawn) shibori,