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kazari-tachi koshirae. With mother-of-pearl inlay decoration and gold fittings on ikakeji lacquer ground. Overall L. 110.0. Heian Period (794 to 1185) 12th century. Important Cultural Property.

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aroundtheworldinsomanydays: “ Japan ”

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Kimono designs often come from the natural world and have great significance and complex meanings. The crane, for example, is one of the most revered and auspicious animals in Japanese art, representing longevity and good fortune. The crane kimono below, for example, is a wedding kimono created during the Showa period between 1926-1989 (photo courtesy of the Textile Museum).

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WIRED f x Sailor Moon Collaboration Watch

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~Christian Dior SS 2007 | House of Beccaria. V

~Christian Dior SS 2007 | House of Beccaria. V

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furisode, late Edo/early Meiji era

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Japanese furisode kimono, Edo period (19th century)

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