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Japan, Kyoto, Noh costume, twill weave silk with figured decoration, late c

Hakama (Japanese Trousers)  Silk brocade, embroidered with silk and metallic yarns Edo period, late 17th - early 18th century

Hakama (Japanese Trousers) Silk brocade, embroidered with silk and metallic yarns Edo period, late - early century

Japanese Indigo Boro. Japan's mended and patched textiles are referred to as Boro. Boro is usually sewn from nineteenth and early twentieth century diverse rags and patches of indigo dyed cotton.

/ japanese indigo boro / mended and patched textiles are referred to as boro / usually sewn from nineteenth and early twentieth century diverse rags and patches of indigo dyed cotton /

Noh theater robe (atsuita) with an overall design of a tri-pronged tortoiseshell or sword tip motif (bishomon-kikkô) in red silk and gilt paper on the top half of the robe and red and yellow silk discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts on the bottom half.

Noh theater robe (atsuita), century, Japan, with an overall design of a tri-pronged tortoiseshell or sword tip motif (bishomon-kikkô) in red silk and gilt paper on the top half of the robe and.

Surcoat (jimbaori) [Japan] (2006.95) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jinbaori (jacket worn over armor) Date: late century Culture: Japanese Medium: Silk, felt, metallic thread, lacquered wood

AINU ATTUSH EMBROIDERED CEREMONIAL KIMONO ・ アイヌのアツシ(アットゥシ)式服刺繍式服

Hand-plied, handwoven Elm (Ulmus Lacanita) Bast assembled with Hemp thread, Cotton appliqued and couch embroidered with cotton thread, Hokkaido, mid century (detail)

Robe, Kyoto, Japan, 19th century, Polychrome figured silk. The karaori is the basic outer robe worn by a Noh actor in female roles and the predominant red colour of the robe indicates the character a young woman. The robe is decorated with roundels of chrysanthemums, peonies and irises in coloured silks on a gold thread lattice pattern over a woven red silk ground

Robe

Noh robe from Kyoto, Japan circa century. Noh is traditional Japanese theater.

'Katsugi' (hood garment). Edo period, 18 to 19th century. indigo dyed design by 'tsutsugaki' technique, ramie|The Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Edo period, 18 to C. indigo dyed design by 'tsutsugaki' technique, ramie.|The Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Shimazu family Jinbaori (Surcoat) Edo Period, 19th century The coat of bright vermilion felt with black turnover and cream silk ruffles at the neck and shoulders, the Maru ni ju-mon ji of the Shimazu family of Sadowara prominently displayed on the back, lined with green silk, bearing a resist design of takaramono and scrolls.A similar jinbaori is held in Miyakonojo, the Shimazu residence in Miyazaki prefecture.

Shimazu family Jinbaori (Surcoat) Edo Period, century The coat of bright vermilion felt with black turnover and cream silk ruffles at the neck and shoulders, the Maru ni ju-mon ji of the Shimazu family of Sadowara prominently displayed on the.

mens-waistcoat-fronts-mid-18th century

mens-waistcoat-fronts-mid-18th century

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