This is an antique Fukusa with 'Kiku-Jido' on wave design, which is embroidered elaborately.
'Kiku-Jido' is a legend that a little page drank the dew of kiku and became a hermit of immortality, and it is one of the Noh
The embroidered design has three-dimensional glossy beauty.
Textile is glossy shusu silk and has smooth touch.
It is from Meiji period (1868-1912).
Although not shown on the photo and figure, it has discoloration by ages overall and patinas on the design.
It has 2 seams on the wrong side.
(in the middle of the white threads are sewn)
It has some other flaws such as loosen stitches of embroidery and tiny stains.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.