Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Chrysanthemum and Wisteria Bouquets.  Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: second half of the 18th–first half of the 19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Silk and metallic-thread embroidery on resist-dyed and painted silk satin damask (rinzu). Dimensions: Overall: 72 x 49 1/2 in. (182.9 x 125.7 cm).

Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Chrysanthemum and Wisteria Bouquets Period: Edo period Date: second half of the half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic-thread embroidery on resist-dyed and painted silk satin damask (rinzu)

Suntory Museum of Art, Tokyo. Kosode: Haute Couture Kimonos of the Edo Period -Premiere Showing of the Matsuzakaya Kimono Museum Masterpieces .

Kosode (proto-kimono), early century, Japan - Katabira with design of pinks, brushwood fences and swallows in resist dyeing and embroidery on pale purple bast-fiber clothLate Edo PeriodMatsuzakaya Kimono Museum

KABUKI COSTUME Kabuki costume Japanese, Meiji era, late 19th or early 20th centuries DIMENSIONS:  Center back: 182.9 cm (72 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE:  Wool plain weave embroidered with metallic thread and appliqued with wool and cotton plain weave, plastic

KABUKI COSTUME Japanese, Meiji era, late /early Wool plain weave embroidered with metallic thread, appliqued: wool and cotton.

苑池雅遊模様帷子 / Katabira kimono with pleasure boat ride party at a pond, Edo period, 18th century, Japan

Katabira with pleasure boat ride party at a pond, century, Paste-resist dyeing and embroidery on white plain weave ramie.

kimono embroidery pink | Japanese traditional silk kimono with lining, 1950's Finely ...

Japanese traditional silk kimono with lining, Finely embroidered Japanese vintage wedding kimono with gorgeous peacock and colorful flowers on shiny light pink patterned silk background. Material: silk really beautiful!

UCHIKAKE Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century DIMENSIONS: 185.1 x 124.1 cm (72 7/8 x 48 7/8 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE: Silk satin embroidered with silk and gold-metallic thread

century Japanese uchikake (wedding over kimono). Embroidery on satin silk. The Museum of Fine Arts Boston

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