This is a child kimono of the Tohoku district of Edo period. This is Tsutsugaki where a face is very sharp. And it is very impressive with lining dyed in Akane. Generally, the dyeing madder-red was said to have been cut off early in the Edo era, but the dyeing madder-red was slightly handed down in the Hanawa area of the Akita area. And this lining was left. This cotton is spun by hand very much by Folky. This is original form. As for this, a face is upper Tsutsugaki. And natural madder without this being used for lining really in other areas is used for lining. This is a very valuable thing. Though it was a child kimono, this was left in a very good state. It is very rare. This slightly has a stain, but the whole is in a very good state.
Size 96.3cm x89cm (37.9 "x 35")