This is the kimono which a girl wore for the Taisho era period. The pattern is ball and Spinning top and others. A color is pretty, and this is stylish. There are 2.3 places of small stains, but does not stand out. There is no damage. Size 92cm x 81cm (36.2 "x 31.8")
This is Chuya-Obi used for Edo period. In Chuya-Obi, one side is twill fabrics, and other aspects are black satin. As for this, the basics of twill fabrics are dyed with a natural indigo plant. And a thread dyed with other plant dye is interwoven. The black satin side has 2.3 places of split points. The twill fabrics side has some stains, but does not stand out. There is no damage on the plane of twill fabrics. Size 384cmx 32.5cm (151.8 "x 12.7")
This is a child kimono dyed in Katazome Yuzen of the Meiji period. As for this, all the material is silk. The pattern is Amanohagoromo and Hiogi. As for this, people are patterns with the admiration for the Imperial Family. In the rear, "Semamori" (lucky charm) is attached.This has slight stain and fading, but does not stand out. Size 99cm x 77cm (38.9 "x 30.3")
This is Katazome kimono of Edo period. This is the Silk pongee that a face was spun by hand. The lining is cotton cloth. As for this, a pattern of Katazome is a design of a Japanese pampas grass and the ivy. The Japanese pampas grass pattern of Edo period is very rare. As for this, the material of the kimono is silk. The part of the collar is cotton of twill fabrics. It is unusual for two material to be used for the same kimono in the same Katazome pattern...
This is an item with Tsutsugaki cotton of Edo period as a hanging scroll. The cotton of this item is spun by hand. The mounting is Katazome cotton of the indigo dyeing. This picture is a story of Urasima-Taro. The hanging scroll is wound up and becomes compact. There are no stain and damage. Mounting size 180cm x 89cm (70.8 "x 35") picture size 125.5cm x 65.5cm (49.4 "x 25.7")
This is Yogi used in Shonai area for Edo period. This is dyed with a good natural indigo plant. And a pattern is expressed in Tsutsugaki. This is Hi-ogi pattern. Hi-ogi is a hinoki fan. As for the Hi-ogi pattern, future good luck and the admiration to a court noble are expressed. As for this, cotton is spun by hand and is thick. This has two places of a few stains, but does not stand out. This has one place of repaired trace, but the whole is good condition. Size 148cm x 134cm (58.2 "x 52.7")
This is Kosode which women of the samurai wore to everyday wear. As for this, a pattern is expressed in Tsutsugaki. The basics are dyed with a beautiful natural indigo plant. The leaf of the bamboo is dyed in Yuzen. A pattern is a very pretty item. This has several places of stains. And there are several places of changes of fading. There is no damage. The form is an original state. Size 155cm x 126cm (61 "x 49.6”)
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This is long Coat which Kagokaki wore for Edo period. This is dyed repeatedly many times by a beautiful natural indigo plant. It is an original act in this respect. Therefore an indigo plant is left densely. As for this which this is Katazome of most Tsutsugaki and some parts, and is produced, cotton spun by hand is thick. This cotton is typical cotton used in country side. For Edo period, much local cotton can watch the taste that is great Folky...
This is Dochu-Haori which a rich merchant of Edo(1800-1867) used. A face is cotton and, as for this, Katazome hemp is used an inside part. Hemp spun by hand is very beautiful, and this is dyed in natural indigo plant and Katazome. Linen Katazome is a pattern of cherry blossoms. As for this, cotton spun by hand is dyed with a natural indigo plant. And beauty is impressive. There are three places of small holes in the cotton of the face, but does not stand out...
This is Noshime used in a district for the Meiji period. This is woven with silk and cotton. The line of the part of the waist is drawn on this freely by hand. This has several places of changes of color of the aging, but does not stand out. This does not have damage. This is Kyougen clothes used in a local side. In the present age, this is not seen very much. Size 130cm x 131cm (51.1 "x 51.5")
This is a very excellent long-sleeved kimono of the Taisho era. This is dyed by Yuzen dyeing. It is very luxurious, and this is beautiful. This has one place of small stain, but does not stand out. This does not have damage. The state is complete. Size 161cm x 128cm (63.3 "x 50.3")
This is cotton Haori used in Kyoto for Edo period. As for this, the surface side is a stripe pattern, and the inside is Katazome- dyeing. The inside Katazome dyeing is a design of the grain of wood. As for this, cotton is spun by hand and is thick. In the upper part of the sleeve right as for this 4cm (there is a tear of 1.5 “).) And there is a tear of 10cm (3.9 ") in the upper part of the left sleeve. There is not the stain damage elsewhere...
This is costume of Kabukino of the Taisho era. Sasani-tuyu of the pattern is bamboo grass and the dew. There are some a few stains of the aging, but does not stand out. There is not the damage, and the state is complete. Size 127cm x 119cm (50 "x 46, 8")
This is a natural indigo dyeing cotton furoshiki of Edo period. This crest is rare. It is thick, and this cotton is spun by hand. This has some stains on a white part. This has the change of a slight color of the aging. This has a small hole, but there is not the heavy damage. Size 140cm x 128cm (55.1 "x 50.3")
This is a child kimono of the Meiji period. This is Shirakage-shibori dyed with an indigo plant. This has several places of stains of the aging. This has one place of small hole, but there is not the heavy damage. Size 74cm x 70cm (29.1 "x 27.5")
This is a child kimono made for Edo period. As for this, silk of Edo period remains an original sewing all silk Tsugihagi —ô. As for this, Chirimen,Kaiki,Tsumugi, silk of Edo is used. This has some stains and there is some damage in two places.There is an image of the damage to the right image。As for this, some good silk fabrics are used. Size 87cm x 83cm (34.2 "x 32.6")
This is Rikushaku-kanban where cotton cloth spun by hand for Edo period was used for. This cotton has the good feel. As for this, a crest is a letter of Kotobuki. The letter of Kotobuki expresses words and a ceremony of the celebration. A letter and the pattern of the cross filler are dyed in Tsutsugaki. This has a stain in several places. Size 150cm x 129cm (59 "x 50.7")
This is Zansi Futon-cover used for the Meiji period. This was dyed with a natural indigo plant. This was expressed by a left cotton thread. This has few stains, but does not stand out. Size 160cm x 100cm (62.9 "x 39.3")