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KIMONO Edo Komon Orange Chrysanthemum Winding Plant

This female-tailored awase (lined) edo komon kimono with hiro-eri (wide unfolded collar) is orange with light orange patterns of kiku (chrysanthemum) and karakusa (winding plant/arabesque).

A unique feature is that the sleeve lining is bright red, which is different than the rest of the lining.

Edo komon is a traditional Japanese hand-dyeing technique, originally developed and worn during Muromachi and Edo Period (around 15th to 17th century). It is characterized by thousands of tiny dots that cannot be seen from a distance and looks solid in color.

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This female-tailored awase (lined) edo komon kimono with hiro-eri (wide unfolded collar) is orange with light orange patterns of kiku (chrysanthemum) and karakusa (winding plant/arabesque).

A unique feature is that the sleeve lining is bright red, which is different than the rest of the lining.

Edo komon is a traditional Japanese hand-dyeing technique, originally developed and worn during Muromachi and Edo Period (around 15th to 17th century). It is characterized by thousands of tiny dots that cannot be seen from a distance and looks solid in color.

SKU K-EK-001 Categories , ,

Description

Type: Edo Komon

Designs/Motifs: Kiku (Chrysanthemum), Karakusa (Winding Plant/Arabesque), Hana (Flower) Flora

Additional Details: Awase (Lined), Hiro-eri (Wide Unfolded Collar) {No Hiki-ito or Snap}, 0 mon

Colors: Orange, Light Orange

Grade: Good

Condition: Some fading and several small stains throughout.

Measurements:

Mitake♀ (Garment Length) 56.5 in 143.5 cm
Yuki (Middle Back to Wrist Width) 24.375 in 61.9 cm
Sode-take (Sleeve Length) 17.0 in 43.2 cm
Ushiro-haba (Back Panel Width) 11.25 in 28.6 cm
Mae-haba+Okumi-haba (Front Panel Width) 15.75 in 40.0 cm
Suso (Hemline Width) 54.0 in 137.2cm
Tsumashita-take (End of Collar to Hem Length) 30.25 in 76.8 cm

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