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detail of Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Pine Bark Lozenges, Hemp Leaf Design, and Scattered Crests in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored, Figured-Satin Ground

detail of Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Pine Bark Lozenges, Hemp Leaf Design, and Scattered Crests in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored, Figured-Satin Ground

detail of “Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Pine Bark Lozenges, Hemp Leaf Design, and Scattered Crests in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored, Figured-Satin Ground”, 18th century, Japan.  Kyoto National Museum.

detail of “Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Pine Bark Lozenges, Hemp Leaf Design, and Scattered Crests in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored, Figured-Satin Ground”, 18th century, Japan. Kyoto National Museum.

green #heian #heiankyo

green #heian #heiankyo

detail of Kosode (Kimono) with Horsetails, Flowers, and Rabbits in Yuzen Dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored Crepe (Chirimen) Ground. 18th century

detail of Kosode (Kimono) with Horsetails, Flowers, and Rabbits in Yuzen Dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-colored Crepe (Chirimen) Ground. 18th century

detail of dofuku, 16th or 17th century

detail of dofuku, 16th or 17th century

detail of Kosode (Kimono) with Kamo Shrine Horse Race Scene and Checkered Pattern in Yuzen Dyeing and Embroidery on White Crepe (Chirimen) Ground, Edo Period, 18th c. Kyoto National Museum

detail of Kosode (Kimono) with Kamo Shrine Horse Race Scene and Checkered Pattern in Yuzen Dyeing and Embroidery on White Crepe (Chirimen) Ground, Edo Period, 18th c. Kyoto National Museum

antique uchikake

antique uchikake

Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Flowering Plants and Pine Bark Lozenge Patterns in Embroidery, Edo Period, 17th c.  Kyoto National Museum

Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Flowering Plants and Pine Bark Lozenge Patterns in Embroidery, Edo Period, 17th c. Kyoto National Museum

Idemitsu Sazo "rice bowl of ten full". Old Karatsu collection of Idemitsu Museum of Art

Idemitsu Sazo "rice bowl of ten full". Old Karatsu collection of Idemitsu Museum of Art

Kimono (details)    Museum quality Furisode dating to the late 1700s, Kanazawa Area

Kimono (details) Museum quality Furisode dating to the late 1700s, Kanazawa Area