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Edo Indigo Cotton Tsutsugaki Thick Hand-spun Kagokaki Dragon Coat

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Textiles: Pre 1837 VR: Item # 1302942
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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. As for this, the touch that is good in that is very impressive. There are three places of patterns of Amaryu to the collar of this Coat. It is upper part of the collar and two places of the bedrock. Amaryu is an animal in the imagination to influence rain of China. The Kanji of the collar shows the name of the temple. By the way, this temple is a temple of the Ryokan relation.This is the original state that was sewed all by hand. There are no stain and damage. The state is complete. As for this, a wave is expressed very boldly in Tsutsugaki.Size 139cmx 132cm (54.7 "x 51.9")