Antique Kimono and Obi
Both Kimono and Obi style, we don’t make any more nowadays.
Kimono silk but Obi not sure
1 in stock
A vintage silk kimono with red lining and longer sleeves. In the past, sleeve lengths were not standardized like they are now, so the longer sleeves combined with the red lining shows that this kimono is quite old. Despite its age, the silk is strong and can still be worn. It is, however, short and so taller wearers should wear …
A beautiful dyed kimono with a colorful bamboo hand print and pinstripes on a red background. It is quite narrow and short. We recommend for smaller wearers or for modern casual styling. The obi we have paired it with here is Kyo-bukuro with woven patterns and metallic thread on a black base. Both pieces are beautiful and would be an …
This is an unlined, informal women’s kimono (komon) made from wool paired with a woven, hassun kagari Nagoya obi. Because this is vintage it is a little small by today’s standards, but is still very wearable. Good for both traditional and non-traditional styling or as a robe. The wool is very light and not itchy! Recommended for warm weather.
Length: 152.5 …
This plum-purple iromuji (single color kimono) has an interesting, hidden detail–a striped pattern on the lining that, when worn, is visible from certain angles so looks used for Japanese dance. Because it is just a single color, the possibilities for coordination are endless! We paired it here with a colorful, floral Nagoya obi with metallic gold outlines. The obi is …