Unlined kosode , 17th to early 18th century, Japan. Nara Museum of Art
KIMONO. Foreigners in Japan probably don't notice this but if you do it the wrong way the Japanese will tell you it's Wrong! There's only one way to close the front of the kimono. If you put the wrong side down ....it's for a corpse, not a living person.
traditional purple kimono
Japanese ancient 12 layered kimono, Juni-hitoe ?????? Thanks, Pinterest Pinners…