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This is a vintage Japanese boy's formal kimono, called a miyamairi, traditionally worn on a baby boy's first visit to a shrine with his parents. The kimono is wrapped around the baby and the straps attached to the front lapels draped around the mother's neck. (These straps can be removed and possibly made into a belt.) The kimono has a checkerboard design depicting gosho dolls with koi carp. This kimono would make a great fancy dress costume. Some staining especially on the lining.
Length: 95cm; Width: 35cm; Sleeve drop: 55cm
Material: Silk / cotton lining