Japanese Silk Kimono Tomosode Ducks Bonsai Tree
Made in Japan- Kyoto
Condition: very good for its age
This kuro tomosode is the most formal kimono that is worn by married woman. It has crests, the bottom has a beautiful motif of ducks , bonsa tree, water, etc., a very lovely combination of colors.
In Western Style home, you can use this to decorate your house where you can actually hang this on the wall, and your house will absolutely look stunning. This is also great to use for evening dinner or tea ceremony representation. The techniques is called yuzen, is a technique for dyeing silk panels with elaborate and highly colourful designs. It was said,the technique took its inspiration from the batik dyeing methods that had been found in Japan as early as 710AD, and it is said that yuzen was created during the Genroku period of Japan (1688-1703AD) by a fabric artisan called, "Yuzensai Miyazaki". His first name was applied to the technique and it became known as "Yuzen".