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Komon kimono - has vibrant ship design, which is dyed. It has batik technique on sedate color base.  Gorgeous embroidery work is added on the left front panel, the right front panel and the front and the back of the left sleeve part.

Komon kimono - ship design which is dyed. Batik technique on a color base, embroidery work added.

Wedding kimono  Woven wedding kimono (uchikake) with a spring motif of cherry blossom (sakura) branches and peonies. There are also some cranes, a traditional symbol of good fortune.

Wedding kimono Woven wedding kimono (uchikake) with a spring motif of cherry blossom (sakura) branches and peonies. There are also some cranes, a traditional symbol of good fortune.

Erikae ゑりかえ # 2 by Onihide, via Flickr. S) http://www.flickr.com/photos/23314901@N06/3096677289/

(Geiko of Kyoto vs. Geisha of Tokyo - basic differences in the look! All Kyotogesha wear Long trailing kimono-hikizuri. of Kyoto geiko.

Tabane-Noshi Furisode | Japan, Meiji to mid-Taisho (1880-1920)

Tabane-Noshi - The Kimono Gallery

Unlined kosode , 17th to early 18th century, Japan.  Nara Museum of Art

to early century Shroud and unlined kimono thing that has been tailored in linen. Adding to the sense of sheer fabric is exhilarating to the black ground color, are showing the texture of clothing suitable for summer. Nara Prefecture Museum of Art, Japan

This is an marvelous vintage Uchikake from Taisho period (1912-1926). Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA

This is an marvelous vintage Uchikake from Taisho period Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA - 着物, 内掛, 大正時代, 日本

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Kimono and Yukata are considered Japanese traditional clothes! And they are worn in special festivals all year!

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