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Dressing in the traditional kimono requires two people: a friend to tie the elaborate obi is a must.

Dressing in the traditional kimono requires two people: a friend to tie the elaborate obi is a must.

itchiku kubota - Google Search

itchiku kubota - Google Search

Zyo (Autumn Prologue) Symphony of Light Collection - Itchiku Kubota

Zyo (Autumn Prologue) Symphony of Light Collection - Itchiku Kubota

late 17th c

late 17th c

Kimono by National Living Treasure of Japan, Kako MORIGUCHI (1909~2008)

Kimono by National Living Treasure of Japan, Kako MORIGUCHI (1909~2008)

Red Peacock with Blue Four Seasons - Paper kimonos.  "These paper kimonos are made using chiyogami, momigami, and washi, (Japanese Paper) featuring popular designs from the Edo period (1600-1868). Each Kimono presents the appearance of fabric but is actually beautiful patterned paper.

Red Peacock with Blue Four Seasons - Paper kimonos. "These paper kimonos are made using chiyogami, momigami, and washi, (Japanese Paper) featuring popular designs from the Edo period (1600-1868). Each Kimono presents the appearance of fabric but is actually beautiful patterned paper.

Rinzu (damask) silk with the main designs accomplished with yuzen-dyeing and metallic couching. Late Taisho to early Showa (1918-1935), Japan. The Kimono Gallery

Rinzu (damask) silk with the main designs accomplished with yuzen-dyeing and metallic couching. Late Taisho to early Showa (1918-1935), Japan. The Kimono Gallery

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).

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).

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