Vintage 1970's Furisode Kimono - Silk, 8pcs Set - Features pine, bamboo, plum blossom, & flying crane motifs
Tabane-Noshi Furisode - Meiji (1868-1911). Although the layout and design of this striking antique furisode may seem to be quite "modern", it is in fact very similar to at least one 18th century example [The Story of The Kimono, Jill Liddell, plate 200]. The prominent motif on this furisode is that of the Tabane-Noshi: "noshi" originally means narrow strips of dried abalone bundled together in the middle, and was the ritual offering to God in Japanese Shinto religion.
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Modern Furisode Kimono with Dove and Daffodil Print | DOUBLE MAISON