This vintage silk aqua colored houmongi was most likely a furisode that had its sleeves shorted. This kind of kimono is considered formal attire for women. Most commonly a juban and nagoya obi is worn with this kind of Japanese kimono. The front left panel of this kimono features gold colored embroidery.
- Houmongi Condition: B-, this older silk kimono suffers from a variety of faint discolorations that are located on visible locations such as the collar and front shoulders.
- Wrist To Wrist: 48 in - 121.92 cm
- Back Width: 23 in - 58.42 cm
- Length: 59 in - 149.86 cm
- Collar: Full
- Liner: Full, newer
Did you know that Japanese kimono come in a wide variety of fabric types? Kimono can be made from almost any fabric and are most commonly made of silk, cotton, polyester, and even wool.