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Furisode Kimono 'Weeping cherry blossoms'

Kiyokazu Inoue2001

The Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts, FUREAIKAN

The Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts, FUREAIKAN
Kyoto , Japan

Furisode, modern kimono for young unmarried women.
Furisode is the most formal kimono for young unmarried women with the unique and brilliantly decorated long sleeves (there are 3 lengths -- short, medium and long).
In Japan, you may encounter many young ladies wearing furisode at the Coming-of-age ceremony in January.

Details

  • Title: Furisode Kimono 'Weeping cherry blossoms'
  • Creator: Kiyokazu Inoue
  • Date Created: 2001
  • Location Created: Kyoto, Japan
  • Type: Kimono

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