Women kimono jacket / W-Ha #984
|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 : Haori|
|・Materials : synthetic|
|・Technique : Dyed|
|・Made in Japan|
|Use only a few times so far. We can see little signs of wear. There are very little stains on it but they are unnoticeable. No problem to wear it.|
|Kimono for the masses. General, simple design. Made by machine at the factory.|
|Keep in airy place or in your closet with dehumidifiers.|
|You can adjust the length of the kimono with a inner belt.
|Center to sleeve|
|Weight : 520 g|
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Reviews of products in this category
The kimono jacket I ordered is bright red and in excellent condition. It is like new and I can barely see the small stain. The pictures are very accurate with the color and I am extremely satisfied with my purchase of this vintage piece! Thank you!
The haori hacker arrived quickly and in an appropriate package. The hacker is in excellent conditions and very beautiful. I look forward to wearing it.
My Haori arrived as promised. Beautifully and securely packaged. I was very impressed with the quality and print on the jacket. It certainly exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend Kimono yakuta market Sakura. I will absolutely purchase again. Domo
This haori is gorgeous and eye-catching. It's a joy to wear even while mixing with modern pieces
I think the flower is spiderlilies, though I am terrible at motifs! Shibori is honestly one of my favorite techniques, and I am so excited to have this piece! It is absolutely stunning!