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Nara Period-style (710-794) karaginu (ancient Chinese garments); Perfect replica: A Momoyama Period-style (1573-1615) kosode (short-sleeved kimono)

Nara Period-style (710-794) karaginu (ancient Chinese garments); Perfect replica: A Momoyama Period-style (1573-1615) kosode (short-sleeved kimono)

白い襟あし ぼんぼりに by Stéphane Barbery, via Flickr

白い襟あし ぼんぼりに by Stéphane Barbery, via Flickr

@Iwakami-za hall / Kyoto

@Iwakami-za hall / Kyoto

A lady preparing to infuse her garment with incense.  Ladies with cotton and chrysanthemums - Japanese believed that 'mums were associated with long life and good fortune. Ladies would cover 'mums in the garden in the evening with cotton on the 9th of September. They can renew their faces with the dew on the 'mums the next morning; A courtier's life - Tale of Genji. Ladies in their rooms. by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr

A lady preparing to infuse her garment with incense. Ladies with cotton and chrysanthemums - Japanese believed that 'mums were associated with long life and good fortune. Ladies would cover 'mums in the garden in the evening with cotton on the 9th of September. They can renew their faces with the dew on the 'mums the next morning; A courtier's life - Tale of Genji. Ladies in their rooms. by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr

Azuchi Momoyama Period

Azuchi Momoyama Period

Prince Takahiko Asaka and Chikako Todo on their wedding day, 1939.

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Prince Takahiko Asaka and Chikako Todo on their wedding day, 1939.

The courtier's life of the Tale of Genji, Heian Era by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr

The courtier's life of the Tale of Genji, Heian Era by crimsongriffin28, via Flickr

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Gorgeous. f9da648db72eae1eb7f5873871e9d6ca.jpg (736×1001)

12 layered kimono for a princess or lady courtier.  In the 1920's, D'Oyly Carte costume designer, Charles Ricketts, borrowed this design for his newly designed Katisha.  With minor changes to simplify it for stage use, it was used for 30 - 40 years.  But this is how it should have looked.

12 layered kimono for a princess or lady courtier. In the 1920's, D'Oyly Carte costume designer, Charles Ricketts, borrowed this design for his newly designed Katisha. With minor changes to simplify it for stage use, it was used for 30 - 40 years. But this is how it should have looked.

thekimonogallery:    Osaki Kioto, a dancer.  Hand-colored photo, circa 1870’s, Japan, by photographer Shinichi Suzuki

thekimonogallery: Osaki Kioto, a dancer. Hand-colored photo, circa 1870’s, Japan, by photographer Shinichi Suzuki

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