Japanese kimono / TK #869
|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 : Tsukesage|
|・Materials : silk|
|・Technique : Dyed|
|・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 : 800g|
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Reviews of products in this category
Very pleased with beautiful kimono in excellent condition. Very good service too!
The second hand Kimono has a very good quality and wonderfull colors.
A beautiful Kimono and a very fast delifery.
Thank you to you and your team for getting this beautiful kimono to California on time. My mother passed away on January 5th. and the siblings wanted to have her wear a beautiful kimono. She loved the color Green and Blue and this kimono had both colors. We were very happy in the choice that I made for my mother and with the help of your team the obi was the perfect color. Everything was beautiful. We will miss Miyokosan but she looked peaceful and beautiful.
We bought this for my older daughter's birthday. She has recently become very interested in Japanese culture. This is an amazing example of a Kimono. Silk, beautiful patterning. Although it is used and honestly advertised as such, you can't tell it from up close inspection. The original listing indicated that there was a food stain on the Kimono, but we've not been able to find one. Certainly truth in advertising from yukata market. Not that we wanted to, but when you receive the product there are clear instructions on how to return it, if you should want to. When you buy something of this nature sight unseen it is nice to know that the vendor will stand behind it. The vendor also has detailed videos on how to properly put on and adjust the Kimono, which are very helpful. Make sure you include an undergarment in your order if the Kimono you choose doesn't come with one. It will really complete the traditional look.