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Item No#379627
Historyquite new
Conditionvery good
sleeve to sleeve 133cm 52 1/2"
length 167cm 65 3/4"
back width 56cm 22"
around the hip 105cm 41 1/2"
sleeve length 48cm 19"
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This is a fabulous Iromuji Kimono made by Itchiku Kubota, one of the most famous dyer in Japan.
The base has 'karakusa'(arabesque)-style 'hagi'(Japanese bush clover) and 'aoi'(hollyhock) pattern, which is woven with gold foil threads.
Its purple color base and gold design are so beautiful!
It has a stamp of the designer's signature on right front panel.
It has an embroidered kamon(family crest).
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
The collar is Hiro-eri(unfolded collar).
It is hand-sewn.

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Linear wears on the collar(A) are unremarkable, when worn.
Discoloration(C) on left chest is not so prominent with the pattern.
There are slight discoloration along the seams of cuffs, sides and so on, but they are not so noticeable with the pattern.
It has some other small flaws, so for the details please refer to the photos and figure.

Please enjoy its beautiful fashion!

Itchiku Kubota
One of the famous dyeing industrial artists for Tsujigahana technique.
When he was at age 20, he was inspired by Tsujigahana technique, and after long years of study,
he revived it by incorporating the old technique with the new one and created his original technique which he named "Itchiku-Tsujigahana".
He receives a high evaluation in abroad for his unique design and deep hue in the pattern.
He was awarded 'Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres' in 1990 and 'Culture Director General Prize' in 1993.

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