Kimono, meaning wearing thing, has an extensive history dating back to the Edo period (1603-1868) when it was then called Kosode, meaning small sleeves. It was only from the Meiji period (1868-1912) onwards that the garment was called kimono.
Traditionally made in silk, hemp or cotton, the Kimono is valued for its symbolism; style, motif, color, and material work together to reveal the individual identity of the wearer.
Size: 13 x 26
Insert: Duck blend
Material: 100% Cotton (front)
Cording: 100% Cotton
All fabrics are either vintage or antique. Color variation and imperfections should be expected as they are consistent with age and use.