Not One Step Back   Japanese kimono

Not One Step Back Japanese kimono

Wedding looks are already being submitted for Emperor Kaito's up coming nuptials to Queen Levana of Luna this September 25th on the night of the Full Moon. And there is hope that Her Majesty might use Eastern Commonwealth Fashion in the designing of  her wedding dress.

Wedding looks are already being submitted for Emperor Kaito's up coming nuptials to Queen Levana of Luna this September 25th on the night of the Full Moon. And there is hope that Her Majesty might use Eastern Commonwealth Fashion in the designing of her wedding dress.

犬神博士 on

犬神博士 on

Japanese Kimono Inspired Fashion John Galliano for Dior 2007,it2s not a real kimono but still, stunning

Japanese Kimono Inspired Fashion John Galliano for Dior 2007,it2s not a real kimono but still, stunning

japanese kimono, any one know about it and adore about it. Kimono itself has all of Japanese 's beauty, essence, secret and it like a beautiful women, who charming us from silhouette, shape, to the pattern and the way they wear it.

japanese kimono, any one know about it and adore about it. Kimono itself has all of Japanese 's beauty, essence, secret and it like a beautiful women, who charming us from silhouette, shape, to the pattern and the way they wear it.

Traditional Japanese Kimono

[Costumer] long-sleeved kimono rental 271 on black purple flower sink [wedding] [graduation ceremony] [full set] [rental] [long-sleeved kimono costume rental] [furisode]

Traditional Japanese Kimono

Satogiku-dayuu 1910s "It was customary for a tayuu (Japanese courtesan) to have two kamuro (child attendants) of about the same age and size, with names that matched in concept and sound, taking their cue from the name of their ane-jōro (elder sister courtesan)."

Satogiku-dayuu 1910s "It was customary for a tayuu (Japanese courtesan) to have two kamuro (child attendants) of about the same age and size, with names that matched in concept and sound, taking their cue from the name of their ane-jōro (elder sister courtesan)."

Very detailed black, gold, and red kimono

Very detailed black, gold, and red kimono

O-mikuji or Sacred Lots 1910s, Japan. O-mikuji (おみくじ) is a form of divination that relies on random chance to predict the answer to a question. Traditionally, a small box with a slot in one end is shaken until a bamboo stick falls out. The stick has a number that corresponds to a slip of paper on which the fortune is revealed. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

O-mikuji or Sacred Lots 1910s, Japan. O-mikuji (おみくじ) is a form of divination that relies on random chance to predict the answer to a question. Traditionally, a small box with a slot in one end is shaken until a bamboo stick falls out. The stick has a number that corresponds to a slip of paper on which the fortune is revealed. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Red and Black Furisode

Red and Black Furisode

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