This is an eye-catching kimono with elegant kiku(chrysanthemum), ume(plum blossom), and tachibana'(mandarin orange) pattern, which are dyed with Yuzen
technique on the bright colored background.
It's from Showa period (1926- 1989).
Fine embroidery work is added and emphasizing the details of the pattern.
Textile is silk with damask effect(rinzu) with woven 'sayagata' (arranged swastika) pattern, and has soft touch.
The lapel is hiro-eri(wide lapel).
Sleeves are gracefully long, which is a feature of kimonos from pre WWII.
Ssilk 'hiyoku'(lower part of the additional lining) on the lining seems to be re-tailored lately since it's new.
There are some flaws such as slight stain(K) like smudge on the back side, wear, and discoloration but not prominent.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
Although not indicated, it has clearance gap on the eba style(the pattern is dyed to continue to back or underarm) of left sleeve seam.
It's still wearable enough with very good condition.
Please enjoy this alluring piece with Showa retro taste!