This is a vintage Meisen
kimono with exotic 'Housouge'(imaginary Chinese flower) and 'Karabana' (imaginary flower in China) pattern, which is woven.
Textile is exquisite silk and has light touch.
'Douura' (upper lining) and 'Hakkake' (lower part of lining) are jinken (rayon).
The collar is bachi-eri (folded).
The fabric of 'hakkake' (lower part of lining) seems to be shrunk and roughly sewn on the hakkake bottom not to come out.(No photos)
Although not shown on the photo and figure, the stitches are coming loose for about 1.18in(3cm) on the left opening under armhole.
The stitches on the right opening under armhole are also almost to loose.
The lining on the both opening under armhole is slightly teared.
The wear is prominent and noticeable.
It has some other flaws such as rather large stain on the left front panel (F) and discoloration overall.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
It seems to be not suitable to wear due to the noticeable wear and stains.
Please enjoy its lovely retro design of a vintage.