A Nineteenth Century Tsutsugaki Yogi: Sleeping Kimono June 2010 Shown today is a mid-to-late nineteenth century, indigo dyed cotton tsutsugaki yogi, a sleeping kimono onto which auspicious symbols have been hand drawn and resist-dyed.
Lake / Fukumi Shimura Tokyo National Museum of light "spinning cage" than (Motomeryudo / 2015 spring will be released) Fukumi Shimura's kimono, was dyed with vegetable dyes have been woven in silk Tsumugiito (Tsumugiito).
century (Edo Period) silk kimono (furisode) with a design of plum tree branches in red, pink, green, brown and white silk embroidery on a white silk damask with chrysanthemum and tortoiseshell pattern (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)
This is an unlined silk meisen kimono with ogasuri ( large ikat ) pattern. The ground is beautiful light salmon pink and kasuri pattern is blue green. In good condition and looks scarcely worn, except for a black curved hair line.