Haori and Michiyuki
This haori has a late autumn-winter design with machine-embroidered fans on a delicate yuzen dyed landscape.
Another piece displaying handmade craftsmanship. My first haori.
Entirely covered with shibori (Japanese tie-dye).
I saw this haori and it was love at first sight. Everyone has different tastes, so others are free to disagree, but I think this is one of the coolest (informal) haoris I’ve ever seen. The colors, the checks, the ties…
Chic vintage haori with a bold pattern!
A piece dating from WWII, with characteristic longer sleeves and overall length. Dyed with plum blossoms and branches, and covered with fake (dyed) kanoko shibori.
A single-color (iromuji) michiyuki with damask wave motif.