Japanese Textiles and Attire

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Chôken (Noh Costume)
Japan
Chôken (Noh Costume), late Edo period (1789–1868), 1825/1875
Chabukusa (Fukusa for Tea Ceremony)
Japan
Chabukusa (Fukusa for Tea Ceremony), Heisei period (1989–present), c. 1990
Japan
Cord, 18th/19th century, Edo period (1615-1868)/Meiji period (1868-1912)
Chasuble Model
Woven by the Goten Waevers
Japan, Kyoto
Chasuble Model, 1954
Chôken (Noh Costume)
Japan
Chôken (Noh Costume), 1901/25, Meiji period (1868-1912)/ Taishô period (1912-1926)
Japan
Cover, Meiji period (1868-1912)/ Taishô period (1912-1926)/ Shôwa period (1926-1989)/ Heisei period (1989-present), 20th century
Child's Kosode
Japan
Child's Kosode, 1901/25, Taishô period (1912-1926)
Child's Kimono (Altered from a Woman's Kimono)
Japan
Child's Kimono (Altered from a Woman's Kimono), Taishô period (1912–1926)/Shôwa period (1926–1989), c. 1920-1950
Child's Kosode
Japan
Child's Kosode, 1901/25, Taishô period (1912-1926)
Color Intersection M-II
Shigeko Kubota (Japanese, 1947-2015)
Japan
Color Intersection M-II, Heisei period (1989-present), 1997
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