Shibori Folding Techniques | Design Examples and Itchiku Kubota

Shibori Folding Techniques | Design Examples and Itchiku Kubota

Kosode kimono with design of towboats on the Yodo River. Last quarter of the eighteenth century (Mid-Edo period). Design attributed to Katsukawa Shunsho.

Kosode kimono with design of towboats on the Yodo River. Last quarter of the eighteenth century (Mid-Edo period). Design attributed to Katsukawa Shunsho.

ART of KIMONO: design, fashion and fine art of Japanese kimono: Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota

ART of KIMONO: design, fashion and fine art of Japanese kimono: Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota

Kimono, Edo Period, 19th c, Kyoto National Museum

Kimono, Edo Period, 19th c, Kyoto National Museum

Kimono

Kimono

This is a glamorous Furisode Kimono with a design of 'fuji' (wisteria) and 'botan' (peony), which is dyed with gold glazing

This is a glamorous Furisode Kimono with a design of 'fuji' (wisteria) and 'botan' (peony), which is dyed with gold glazing

kagayuzen: “ Kaga-Yuzen Kimono (Homongi) Gaku Todo ”

kagayuzen: “ Kaga-Yuzen Kimono (Homongi) Gaku Todo ”

The Kimono Gallery                                                                                                                                                      More

The Kimono Gallery More

Branch Silhouette Design Houmongi Kimono

Branch Silhouette Design Houmongi Kimono

18th century, 1727, Japan. (Suntory Museum of Art) ~~~AmyLH~~~

18th century, 1727, Japan. (Suntory Museum of Art) ~~~AmyLH~~~

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