traditional kimono patterns

traditional kimono patterns

Nippon-Graph. Marc Riboud Woman in traditional kimono at a tobacco shop, Tokyo, Japan - 1958

Nippon-Graph. Marc Riboud Woman in traditional kimono at a tobacco shop, Tokyo, Japan - 1958

A Japanese antique kanzashi of mixed metals and hand tooled and  handmade by a craftsman, or a metal artisan. The design of flowers, leaves and

A Japanese antique kanzashi of mixed metals and hand tooled and handmade by a craftsman, or a metal artisan. The design of flowers, leaves and

Kiyokata Kaburagi, Roller Canary, 1933

Kiyokata Kaburagi, Roller Canary, 1933

Meiji Geisha Hikizuri - Meiji era (1868-1911). A rare style of Geisha antique dancing kimono featuring yuzen-dyed pictures of geishas dancing and playing music. Occasional touches of embroidery. Five mon. 52" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 71" height. The Kimono Gallery

Meiji Geisha Hikizuri - Meiji era (1868-1911). A rare style of Geisha antique dancing kimono featuring yuzen-dyed pictures of geishas dancing and playing music. Occasional touches of embroidery. Five mon. 52" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 71" height. The Kimono Gallery

Kaburagi Kiyokata

Kaburagi Kiyokata

Japan Gourd, 19th century Netsuke, Satsuma glass, metal

Japan Gourd, 19th century Netsuke, Satsuma glass, metal

Kiyokata KABURAGI (1878~1972), Japan

Kiyokata KABURAGI (1878~1972), Japan

Kitano Tsunetomi(1880〜1947)

Kitano Tsunetomi(1880〜1947)

Tsunetomi Kitano

Tsunetomi Kitano

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