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Maybe not pink, probably blue or something / Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year!

Maybe not pink, probably blue or something / Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year!

Summer Kimono with Carp, Water Lilies, and Morning Glories.  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912). Date: ca. 1876. Culture: Japan. Medium: Resist-dyed, painted, and embroidered silk gauze with plain-weave patterning. Dimensions: Overall: 59 7/16 x 49 1/16 in. (151 x 124.6 cm).

Summer Kimono with Carp, Water Lilies, and Morning Glories. Period: Meiji period (1868–1912). Date: ca. 1876. Culture: Japan. Medium: Resist-dyed, painted, and embroidered silk gauze with plain-weave patterning. Dimensions: Overall: 59 7/16 x 49 1/16 in. (151 x 124.6 cm).

Outer robe (uchikake) with theme of Mount Hôrai, Edo period (1615–1868), second half of 18th–first half of 19th century Japan Silk and metallic thread embroidery on silk satin damask with stencil-dyed details

Outer robe (uchikake) with theme of Mount Hôrai, Edo period (1615–1868), second half of 18th–first half of 19th century Japan Silk and metallic thread embroidery on silk satin damask with stencil-dyed details

Woman's Over-Robe (uchikake) with Design of Mandarin Oranges and Folded Paper Ornaments. Date: 18th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Tie-dyed satin damask with silk embroidery and gold couching.

Woman's Over-Robe (uchikake) with Design of Mandarin Oranges and Folded Paper Ornaments. Date: 18th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Tie-dyed satin damask with silk embroidery and gold couching.

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