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Dating to the Meiji period (1868-1912), this superb Japanese indigo sleeping cover is called a “yogi” (literally “night wear”). I sewn into the shape of

Dating to the Meiji period (1868-1912), this superb Japanese indigo sleeping cover is called a “yogi” (literally “night wear”). I sewn into the shape of

Indigo dyed cotton tsutsugaki yogi, a sleeping kimono - mid-to-late nineteenth century.

Indigo dyed cotton tsutsugaki yogi, a sleeping kimono - mid-to-late nineteenth century.

japanese hand painted samurai scene on man's silk haori kimono jacket lining , 1930's

japanese hand painted samurai scene on man's silk haori kimono jacket lining , 1930's

Edo Indigo dye samurai's jinbaori 陣羽織

Edo Indigo dye samurai's jinbaori 陣羽織

Japanese Ukiyoe Woodblock print antique Kitagawa Utamaro  "Fisherwomen on the seashore (right)"

Japanese Ukiyoe Woodblock print antique Kitagawa Utamaro "Fisherwomen on the seashore (right)"

Dyed-aperture pattern Kosode Kikusui ground white Nume  (with what dyed-iris pattern Kikusui joints without)

Dyed-aperture pattern Kosode Kikusui ground white Nume (with what dyed-iris pattern Kikusui joints without)

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