Women's kimono from the first half of the 19th century (Edo Period) Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Shibori Furisode. Late 20th century, Japan. The Kimono Gallery. A large silk furisode featuring peony, wisteria and hydrangea motifs created utilizing a combination of weaving and shibori (tie-dye).
Women's kimono (Kosode) from the early 18th century during the Edo Period, Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Kimono sleeved pullover in a colour blocked, heathery, traditionally spun lambswool. Ribbed round neck. Dropped shoulders. Ribbed cuffs and hem.
Women's kimono from the first half of the 19th century, Japan. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Kimono (Kosode), Late 19th century, Printed silk with silk embroidery and couched gold thread.
Japanese Women's Kimono ...Beautiful, it looks like its rising up out of the fog or clouds.
Women's kimono (Kosode) from the late 19th century, Japan (Meiji Period). Philadelphia Museum of Art
womens kimono haori front view obi detail