This is a Houmongi
kimono with graceful Tsujigahana
in Michinaga-dori ( shape of segments of Washi papers ) pattern, which is dyed with shibori(tie-dye) technique.
Textile is silk, and it has soft touch.
Collar is hiro-eri (unfolded).
Actual color is rather reddish purple than shown on photos.
It is slightly discolored throughout, and the ones on both sleeve seams are rather prominent. (C)
Stains D on left front panel may blend in with the pattern, but black streaky stain, 2cm(0.78in), on collar may be noticed. (sorry no photos)
Wear on collar is light.
It has some other flaws, such as faint discoloration on lining of collar and Hakkake 'lower lining', as shown on photos.
Please see photos for details.
Although it has some flaws as mentioned, it still is a very charming item to wear!