Japanese Indigo Dyed Kimono from over 100 years ago in Japan. "Baku" is drawn on the back and at the bottom of this by a Japanese traditional dying technique of "Tsutsugaki".
The "Baku" is an imaginary animal introduced from ancient China into Japan, which is said to feed on dreams. Its crest mark on back is three leaves of oak tree, which means this was owned by samurai family. As mentioned at the condition description, this doesn't have collar, and its bottom has been left unsewn. The quality of cloths are very fine as you can see from the pictures and the damage is very little. Age: From 19th century (Meiji Era).
The item "Incredibly Beautiful Indigo TsutsugakiJapanese Kimono from over 100 years ago" is in sale since Saturday, April 16, 2016. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Kimonos & Textiles". The seller is "gallerykojima" and is located in Tokyo, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.