Japanese kimono / SK #573
|This item is from a kimono auction where only a limited number of professional kimono buyers can participate. It is a one of a kind. Traditional kimono is likened to "wearable art" since dozens of artisans' techniques are used in one kimono. These traditional techniques and designs are breathtakingly beautiful and it is hard to find words to describe them.|
|・Type : Komon|
|・Materials : silk|
|・Technique : Weave|
|・Made in Japan|
|Very good condition of all the used kimono. We can see a little signs of wear. There are small stains on it but not mind too much. You can wear it.|
|Technique (weaving, dyeing, embroidery) is good. Patterns and fabrics are good. Reference price (Brand new): over 1500US$|
|Keep in airy place or in your closet with dehumidifiers.|
|Obi belt and geta sandals etc are not included.|
|You can adjust the length of the kimono with a inner belt.
|Center to sleeve|
|Weight : 810g|
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Reviews of products in this category
I received the two kimonos I ordered today. They are absolutely beautiful, even better than the photos! Thank you!
I fell in love with the color of this kimono. It is so different compared to my other ones. I had never seen a kimono that color on any of the sites I have see . I look forward to wearing it for my spring convention.
I love my new Kimino. Great Colour. Can't wait to wear it.
The kimono is beautiful and even more beautiful in person. It is excellent quality and you can see evidence of car in the hand sewn stitching.
I bought this as a spur of the moment, and also because it was on sale for the Christmas discounts. That being said, it came quick, and despite the (small) discolorations, they did nothing to take away from the beauty of the kimono. The only curious thing is that I did not realize a mon would be on it, until I bought it and did a double take on the pictures. I'm really curious as to which family crest is on it because I'm very interested in the history of it.