This is a vintage susohiki kimono from Taisho period(1912-1925) or early Showa period(Showa:1926-1989).
Susohiki literally means 'trail the skirt' and it was worn to do the elegant dance with a folding fan in the Japanese style drawing room.
It has 'matsu'(pine tree), 'ume'(Japanese plum) and 'kiku'(chrysanthemum) motifs, which are dyed in graceful colors.
Main parts of both front panels and hem of back side are embroidered.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
The lapel is bachi-eri(folded lapel).
Embroidered parts of left front panel have loose threads, because of frays. (E)
There are other flaws such as a rather slight wear (A) and loose threads on center seam part of the lining (I).
Please check detail photos.
Enjoy its elegant vintage atmosphere!
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