Japanese Textiles and Attire

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"Attus" Amip (Man's Coat)
Ainu
Japan, Hokkaido Island
"Attus" Amip (Man's Coat), late Edo period (1789-1868), c. 1860
A Beginning - C
Kyoko Kumai (Japanese, born 1943)
Japan
A Beginning - C, Heisei period (1989-present), 2001
Aigi
Japan
Aigi, 18th century, late Edo period (1789–1868)
Antiquity (Panel)
Mana Harada (Japanese, 1922-2006)
Japan
Antiquity (Panel), Shôwa period (1926-1989), 1965
Atsuita Karaori (Noh Costume)
Japan
Atsuita Karaori (Noh Costume), late Edo period (1789–1868), Early 19th century
Atsuita karaori (Noh Costume)
Japan
Atsuita karaori (Noh Costume), late Edo period (1789–1868), 1801/25
Atsuita karaori (Noh Costume)
Japan
Atsuita karaori (Noh Costume), Edo period (1615-1868), 1775/1800
Big Checkerboard (No. 9-97)
Designed by Junichi Arai (Japanese, born 1932)
Produced by NUNO Corporation, founded 1984
Japan
Big Checkerboard (No. 9-97), Shôwa period (1926-1989), 1984
Chabukusa (Fukusa for Tea Ceremony)
Japan
Chabukusa (Fukusa for Tea Ceremony), Heisei period (1989–present), c. 1990
Chasuble Model
Woven by the Goten Waevers
Japan, Kyoto
Chasuble Model, 1954
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