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Note: Furisode kimonos are recognizable by their longer sleeves. They are typically worn by unmarried women's especially when celebrating their coming of age at 20.
A beautiful kimono featuring a firework of cherry blossoms (sakura).
Ôgimon is a pattern featuring fans (opened or closed) usually decorated with flowers. This furisode also features many cranes (tsuru), symbols of happiness and longevity.
Kinsai Yuzen dyeing technique. It associates the traditional yuzen technique with gold leaf application to embossed the patterns edges and give some depth.
Lining: Hakkake made of silk / Dôura made of polyester.
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Condition: nearly perfect