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This brown Japanese boy's formal kimono is a miyamairi kimono traditionally worn on a boy's first visit to a shrine. The gown is draped round the baby with the lapel straps placed around the mother's neck. This second-hand kimono, with a koi design, would make an excellent wall hanging. The family crest is a plum blossom kamon. Although there is extensive staining on the lining and juban (see final image) this does not detract from the beauty of the gown.
Length: 96cm; Width: 22cm; Sleeve drop: 56cm