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detail of uchikake, Meiji era (1868-1911). created in the Nishijin district of Kyoto, Japan. Nishijin is a very old (1200 years) and famous district of Kyoto known for fine weaving and synonymous with high quality, exquisite workmanship. Yorke Antique Textiles

detail of uchikake, Meiji era created in the Nishijin district of Kyoto, Japan. Nishijin is a very old years) and famous district of Kyoto known for fine weaving and synonymous with high quality, exquisite workmanship.

Noh costume (atsuita)  Kimono  Japanese, late Edo or Meiji era, 19th century, Noh theater robe (atsuita) with an overall design of a tri-pronged tortoiseshell or sword tip motif (bishomon-kikkô) in red silk and gilt paper on the top half of the robe and red and yellow silk discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts on the bottom half. MFA

Noh theater robe (atsuita), century, Japan, with an overall design of a tri-pronged tortoiseshell or sword tip motif (bishomon-kikkô) in red silk and gilt paper on the top half of the robe and.

Japanese Noh costume, Meiji era (19th century). MFA.  Via...

Kimono (atsuita or Noh theater robe for male role) Origin: Japan Date: century Medium: Silk twill ground patterned with silk and gilt paper Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Kurotomesode, Late-Meiji Period, Circa 1890-1911. A large and striking crepe-silk antique kurotomesode featuring elegant cranes and paulownia masterfully created with yuzen-dyeing, sagara knot and simple embroidery. The Kimono Gallery

Kurotomesode, Late-Meiji Period, Circa A large and striking crepe-silk antique kurotomesode featuring elegant cranes and paulownia masterfully created with yuzen-dyeing, sagara knot and simple embroidery. The Kimono Gallery

Japanese Meiji Furoshiki - Meiji era (1868-1911) - A cotton furoshiki made up of four joined cloths, featuring a huge family crest in the center.  52" x 56".  Yorke Antique Textiles

Japanese Meiji Furoshiki - Meiji era A cotton furoshiki made up of four joined cloths, featuring a huge mon in the center. x Yorke Antique Textiles

detail of uchikake, Meiji era (1868-1911). created in the Nishijin district of Kyoto, Japan. Nishijin is a very old (1200 years) and famous district of Kyoto known for fine weaving and synonymous with high quality, exquisite workmanship. Yorke Antique Textiles

detail of uchikake, Meiji era created in the Nishijin district of Kyoto, Japan. Nishijin is a very old years) and famous district of Kyoto known for fine weaving and synonymous with high quality, exquisite workmanship.

Title:  verso  Alternative Title: ucm_li_2003_019_v  From:  打掛  Collection:  Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art Collection  Contributing Institution:  UC Merced

Title: verso Alternative Title: From: 打掛 Collection: Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art Collection Contributing Institution: UC Merced

Fox Costume for Kyogen, Meiji-Taisho period (early 20th century) The fox costume comprising pants, jacket, hood, tail and brown gloves; red (now orange) and white silk

Fox Costume for Kyogen, Meiji-Taisho period (early century) The fox costume comprising pants, jacket, hood, tail and brown gloves; red (now orange) and white silk

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