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Kimono  Date: 1800–1941 Culture: Japanese Medium: silk

Kimono Date: Culture: Japanese Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Silk embroidered uchikake (wedding over-kimono).  Mid-19th century, Japan.  MET Museum (Gift of Estate of Mrs. Thomas Lamont, 1953)

Silk embroidered uchikake (wedding over-kimono). MET Museum (Gift of Estate of Mrs.

Kosode with Scenes from Noh Plays  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 18th century–first half of the 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

Kosode with Scenes from Noh Plays Period: Edo period Date: second half of the century–first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

17 Japanese Kimono Tsujigahana.

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Chinese summer court robe ('dragon robe'), circa 1890s, silk gauze.

File:Chinese summer court robe ('dragon robe'), c. silk gauze couched in gold thread, East-West Center.

Beautiful cherry blossom kimono; a classic look.

artemisdreaming: “ Kosode with Blossoming Plum Tree, hand painted on silk, Early century, Tokyo National Museum Sakai Hōitsu ”

Serizawa Keisuke, "Seabream," kimono, stencil-dyed tsumugi-weave silk, 1964 (Courtesy Tōhoku Fukushi University Serizawa Keisuke Art and Craft Museum)

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thekimonogallery: Cotton maiwai kimono worn at fishing celebrations. Second quarter 20th century, Japan. MET Museum (Gift of Mrs. John Steel, 1980)

thekimonogallery: Cotton maiwai kimono worn at fishing celebrations. Second quarter century, Japan. MET Museum (Gift of Mrs.

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Romanian folk costume has remained relatively unchanged and continues to be worn for festival occasions. The basic model for women consists of an embroidered blouse and skirt, belt, head scarf, and often a vest or jacket

Modern wedding kimono    Modern reworking of the wedding kimono with short sleeves and a train. This design is known as mai curren and is inspired by Chinese robes. Mai curren uchikake tend to be very colourful; this one has blossom clusters in rainbow hues.

Kimonos come in a range of styles, motifs, and colors. Formal kimonos also have a family crest. Single young ladies wear kimonos of bright and elaborate design, while those worn by men are less colorful. Modern design of a wedding kimono

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