This is Katazome Silk child kimono of Edo period. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. This has a small dirt near a collar and the right side, but does not stand out. This does not have damage. Size 104cm x 102cm (40.9 "x 40.1")
This is Kazri-Mino of an vintage folk handicraft used in the Tohoku district. This is made of the epidermis of the tree of Shina and the seaweed which were completely dried. As for this, the decoration around the neck is made in Koyori-Paper. This is an item of the 20th century. This does not have stain damage. Size 127cm x 44cm (50 "x 17.3")
This is a child kimono of Etigojyohu-hemp used in Kyoto. The hemp spun by hand is dyed with a natural indigo plant. As for this, a pattern is a crane. As for this, cotton of Edo period is used for the back of the collar. This has a small stain of one place, but does not stand out. This does not have damage. The state is complete. Size 93cm x 100cm (36.6 "x 39.3")
This is a very rare child kimono used for Meiji in Kyoto. This is dyed in natural indigo plant and Benibana. This is colored the both sides into in Katozome. This hemp is spun by hand. This has five places of small stains, but does not stand out. There is no damage really. The state is complete. Size 123cmx 121cm (38.1 "x 38.9 g)
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This is Sashiko used in the seaside of the Tohoku district. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. This is two thin beige threads and is done Sashiko. This is hand Sashiko-stech. Therefore this is regarded as workwear, but this is the item which the leader of the worker wore. In this Sashiko, with detail stands out. This is the item which is special in Sashiko. This has a thin stain of one place of 1.5cm in a sleeve. However, the state is complete...
This is Nobori-Paper used in a house in the Edo era. The pattern of this Nobori-Paper is Shoki. Shoki is an old Chinese soldier. This is made with paper. The rim of this Nobori-Paper is protected in hemp thread. This is hardly left now. Most of left flags are textiles. This has many stains, damage, but there is value for a document very much. Size 223cmx 116cm (87.7 g x 45.6 g))
This is Noragi used in the Tohoku district from the last years of Meiji to the Taisho era period. This Sashiko was made with a machine. The sewing machine was imported from Edo period by Japan. In Sashiko with the machine, I think that this type of item is a beginning in the Tohoku district. The dye of the natural indigo plant is used for this. Therefore this has rubbed natural fading. This brings about the change that an indigo plant place and comparison with fading are interesting...
Japanese antique Indigo dye kasuri silk hitoe kimono Taisho period.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.size:Length 141cm (55.5") sleeve to sleeve 120cm (47.2")
Japanese antique silk yosegire katazome Patched kimono.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.The lining is cotton. size:Length 130cm (51.1") sleeve to sleeve 122cm (48.0")
Japanese antique silk yosegire katazome & tsumugi Stripe Patched kimono .The stain does not have it. The right center line of shoulder on clothes has small damage. There is a little discoloration in the sleeve.However, The discoloration does not stand out.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.The lining is cotton. size:Length 146cm (57.4") sleeve to sleeve 120cm (47.2")
This is Tsumugi-Silk Zansi kimono used in Niigata in the end of the Meiji era. This Tsumugi-Silk is spun by hand. This is thick. As for this, very good-quality dyed Tsumugi-Silk is used for a weft. As for this, the warp is a cotton thread. You can enjoy gradation of colorful silk thread. As for this, cotton cloth and muslin cloth are used for lining. There are many small holes on the muslin cloth. However, the state that a dress material does not have the stain damage at all is complete...
Japanese Vintage Beautiful Indigo dye shibori kimono.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage. size:Length 140cm (55.1") sleeve to sleeve 128cm (50.3")
Japanese antique Beautiful benibana-dye shibori hemp boro jyuban meiji era(1868-1910).It is made of hand-spun hemp.It has thin stain and discoloration. However, it is very charming.60cm x 50cm (23.6" x 19.6")
This is Shinafu cereals bag used in Yamagata for the Meiji period. Because Shina-hu is tough bast, in this district, Shina-fu is used in various uses. The part that this was able to do damage is repaired. As for this, damage is repaired in hemp thread. This has some stains, but does not stand out. This, please enjoy hard feel of a material of the Japanese bast. Size 112cm x 40cm (44 "x 15.7")
This is an indigo dyeing cotton kimono used in Kyoto. As for this, cotton is spun by hand. This cotton is thick. This is dyed with a beautiful natural indigo plant. This indigo plant is a good indigo plant cultivated in Kyoto. This has a few stains to a chest and a collar, but does not stand out. This is the very good state that does not include damage. Size 132cm X 118cm (51.9 "X 46.4 g)
Japanese Vintage Indigo dye thick cotton shirushi hanten coat.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.It is hanten of the club of the animated cartoon. It expresses a book. size:Length 85cm (33.4") Width of the shoulder 61cm(24.0") sleeve to sleeve 126cm (49.6") Chest measurement@120cm(47.2")
Japanese antique natural indigo dye hemp old silk kimono.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.It is a pine and a pattern of igeta.size:Length 140cm (55.1") sleeve to sleeve 120cm (47.2")
Japanese antique Beautiful silk yuzen dye kimono (1800-1867).A sleeve and a chest have a dirt. There is no damage. Lining is cotton. There is one place of part which came off of the embroidery. size:132cm x 122cm (51.9" x 48.0")