Furisode Kimono w/ Noshi Bundle Design - Yuzen dyeing, shibori (tie-dyeing), embroidery, and gold-foil - excellent example of an Edo Period (18th Century) yuzen-dyed kimono. Colorful noshi (auspicious strips of dried fish or seaweed) are bundled at the left shoulder and flow over the body in a dynamic composition
Shibori Kimono. Taisho period (1912-1926), Japan. The Kimono Gallery. A silk shibori kimono featuring large ‘yabane’ (arrow-feather) motifs of shibori with silk and metallic thread embroidery highlights. This kimono is patterned entirely in fine shibori (tie-die).