Japan and China have a long history of exchange. The countries share many cultural traditions, and historically Japan celebrated Lunar New Year, however during the Meiji Era (late 19th-early 20th c.) the Japanese government moved towards Westernization by adopting the Gregorian calendar (with the New Year beginning on January 1).
This one of a kind kimono is made from a badly damaged synthetic brocade kimono and features giant spider mums, and is embellished with gold and black embroidery at the collar and red sequins all over, evoking a celebratory feeling. This kimono also features a red silk lining and in-seam pockets as well as an embroidered, matching facemask.
- one size
- synthetic kimono
- in-seam pockets
- red silk lining
- all over embroidery
- 26" wide x 21.5" long x 12" sleeve