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iPad Case made of Obi Sash with a pattern called “Wachigai” (輪違い), a kind of “Yusoku-Monyo” (有職文様). https://www.facebook.com/KIMOKAME

$60 iPad Case made of Japanese vintage obi sash with accented decoration with 'Obijime' (band to tie on Obi sash). Pattern is call 'Wachigai', a kind of 'Yusoku-Monyo'. 'Yusoku-Monyo' was used by only noble people, such as imperial family, in “Heian” era (8th to 12th century). http://kimokame.com/shop/

Yuzen kimono by National Living Treasure of Japan, Uzan KIMURA (1891~1977)

$60 iPad Case made of Japanese vintage obi sash with accented decoration with 'Obijime' (band to tie on Obi sash). Pattern is call 'Wachigai', a kind of 'Yusoku-Monyo'. 'Yusoku-Monyo' was used by only noble people, such as imperial family, in “Heian” era (8th to 12th century). http://kimokame.com/shop/

きもの凛 正絹手刺繍半衿

The origin of Kamon seams to go all the way back to 900 years ago in Heian Era. The history tells that Saionji, a court noble, used Tomoe (a comma-shaped design) as their crest, and it was decided as a mark on oxcart for high personage. The use of this mark soon be expanded and was used to mark on furniture, dishes and all kind of belongings. This custom has spread in the noble class and it gradually became the crest to each noble family.

$38 Reversible scarf 'Shibori' & 'Plants in Autumn'. Made from vintage Kimono fabric with pattern of plants in autumn, such as maple and bamboo leaves. Inside fabric is purple "Shibori". Silk fabric. http://kimokame.com/shop/

Close up details of kimono and underlay.

$255 Vintage Obi Tote Bag from Japan by Kimokame. Gorgeous gold Obi fabric with various beautiful Japanese flowers inwoven. Silk 100% http://kimokame.com/shop/

Haneri / neckpiece (on a kimono)