This is an elegant Houmongi
Kimono with folding fan, genjiko(ancient Japanese incense game), 'tabane-noshi'(bundled paper strips), four seasons flowers such as "Tachibana" (Japanese green citrus), 'Ume'(Plum blossoms) and maple leaves pattern, which is dyed and embroidered by Chiso, one of the high-end kimono dyer in Kyoto.
The fine golden glaze works and 'kinkoma'(golden outlining embroidery work) are applied on the pattern for adding extra gorgeousness to it.
Textile is exquisite soft silk.
There is an dyed mon(family crest) on the nape.
There is a maker's seal on the right front panel.
There are snap fasteners not only on the back of collar, but also on the chests. So that, you can determine the width of collar easily.
Basting stitches remain, so it seems to be after cleaning.
The stain on the back is a faint.
The discoloration on the lining is very slight and not noticeable.
For the details, please refer to the photos and sheet.
*The background color may seem irregular on photos, but it is actually one tone of color as seen in HTML code.*
Enjoy wearing the elegant design.
Chisou is one of the long-established stores of Kyo-Yuzen, which was established in 1555 in Kyoto.
They are top level dyers who continue to keep traditions.
At the same time, their new ideas and techniques which depend on their frontier spirit have been getting attention, and admired in the world.
Their products are appreciated as world top level art¼¾¼¥¼¾¼¥objects. The Imperial Household of Japan is one of their clients. They have been succeeded to exhibit the possibility
They are the distinguished producer of Kyo-Yuzen who devote to Yuzen
technique which is the origin of Kimono dyeing.