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Photos at the Kyoto museum of a mannequin wearing heian era costume. 2008 is the 1000 year anniversary of the 'Tale of Genji'.

Photos at the Kyoto museum of a mannequin wearing heian era costume. 2008 is the 1000 year anniversary of the 'Tale of Genji'.

五衣唐衣裳 有職文様  2008 京都文化博物館別館(旧日本銀行京都支店) 源氏物語千年紀展」~恋、千年の時空を超えて~

五衣唐衣裳 有職文様 2008 京都文化博物館別館(旧日本銀行京都支店) 源氏物語千年紀展」~恋、千年の時空を超えて~

朽葉(表:濃紅/裏:濃黄)唐衣 朝顔(表:空色/裏:空色)表着 紅の薄様五衣 花散里 源氏物語 紫の縁@京都文化博物館 五衣唐衣裳 有職文様 http://kakitutei.gozaru.jp/kyoto08may/murasaki/syozoku/hanatirusato.html

朽葉(表:濃紅/裏:濃黄)唐衣 朝顔(表:空色/裏:空色)表着 紅の薄様五衣 花散里 源氏物語 紫の縁@京都文化博物館 五衣唐衣裳 有職文様 http://kakitutei.gozaru.jp/kyoto08may/murasaki/syozoku/hanatirusato.html

Colour combinations of Garments (kasane is "kaede momiji") by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr

Colour combinations of Garments (kasane is "kaede momiji") by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr

replication of "koubai no nioi" kasane no irome kimono worn by Murasaki no Ue in Tale of Genji.  by museum of kyoto in 2001.  http://www.bunpaku.or.jp/info_english.html

replication of "koubai no nioi" kasane no irome kimono worn by Murasaki no Ue in Tale of Genji. by museum of kyoto in 2001. http://www.bunpaku.or.jp/info_english.html

京都葵祭の優雅な行列

京都葵祭の優雅な行列

Heian Era costume by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr. I must dye that belt.

Heian Era costume by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr. I must dye that belt.

heian style sleeping court lady 風俗博物館展示 2008年 4、女房の局(つぼね)

heian style sleeping court lady 風俗博物館展示 2008年 4、女房の局(つぼね)

heian travelling costume - closeup. yellow is hitoe. more photos at http://kakitutei.gozaru.jp/kyoto04fe/monomoude1.html seems to be same costume from here http://pinterest.com/pin/25192079138354810/

heian travelling costume - closeup. yellow is hitoe. more photos at http://kakitutei.gozaru.jp/kyoto04fe/monomoude1.html seems to be same costume from here http://pinterest.com/pin/25192079138354810/

junihitoe is an extremely elegant and highly complex kimono that was only worn by court-ladies in Japan. Literally translated, it means "twelve-layer robe". The older term, still used by scholars but not widely recognised in mainstream Japan, is Karaginu Mo . This is in reference to its Chinese coat (Karaginu) and apron-like train (Mo), the defining parts of the costume.

junihitoe is an extremely elegant and highly complex kimono that was only worn by court-ladies in Japan. Literally translated, it means "twelve-layer robe". The older term, still used by scholars but not widely recognised in mainstream Japan, is Karaginu Mo . This is in reference to its Chinese coat (Karaginu) and apron-like train (Mo), the defining parts of the costume.

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