This is a vintage susohiki kimono for dancing with 'tsuzumi'(Japanese drum), fan, and transverse flute pattern, which are dyed.
Susohiki literaly means 'trail the skirt' and this particular kimono is much longer than other kimono.
This is worn to do the elegant dance with a folding fan in the Japanese style drawing room.
Kamon is not dyed, but it seemed to be worn by a Geisha.
Textile is chirimen(crepe) silk, and it has soft and textured touch.
Bottom is padded, and it is worn with the bottom trailing along the floor.
Lapel is bachi-eri(folded lapel).
It has prominent stains(C) and smudges on the pattern.
Some of the fabric on the lining are becoming weak and stitches are loose.
Large stain can also be seen on the lining.
There are some other flaws such as discoloration.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
Please enjoy the classical taste of Japanese vintage via this item.
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