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Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Scattered Crests ');

Noh costume (nuihaku) with books and nandina branches, Edo period (1615–

Noh costume (nuihaku) with floral roundels and scattered clusters of autumn flowers and bamboo grass , EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

... Surcoat (Jinbaori) ...

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Books and Nandina Branches, ?

Noh costume (Karaori) Japanese, Edo period, 18th century, Noh theater robe

Japan, Nuihaku (Noh Costume), Momoyama period (1568–1615),

Woman's Outer Kimono (Uchikake), late Edo period, second quarter 19th century. | Stenciled imitation tie-dyeing (kata kanoko) and silk and metallic thread ...

Noh theatre costume (nuihaku). 19th century, Japan. “ “Noh theater

Noh theater robe (atsuita), 19th century, Japan, with an overall design

Noh Robe (Nuihaku) with Design of Butterflies, Chrysanthemums, Maple Leaves, and Miscanthus Grass | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Nuihaku No Costume with Embroidered Cypress Fans and Flowering Plants over Gold Leaf Clematis Arabesque on White Ground, Edo Period, c.

Japanese Noh kimono, Edo period (19th century) - I knew there was a

Noh robe (uwagi), made in Japan in the 2nd half of the 18th

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Ivy, Incense Wrappers, and Bamboo Blinds | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Noh Robe, late 17th century Japan, Nuihaku Period, late 17th century, 17th century

Noh costume (karaori) with cherry blossoms and fretwork Edo Period Japan, Japanese Kimono

Unknown Japanese artist | Piece from a Noh costume (nuihaku) | Late 18th -

Noh Robe (Karaori) with Pattern of Bamboo and Young Pines on Bands of Red and White | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Textile of the day: Buddhist priest's robe (kesa), Japanese, late 19th

Tabard | Japan | mid 18th-early 19th century | Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Noh Costume (Surihaku) with Water, Water Plants, and Leaves | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Nuihaku (Noh costume). Design of flowering plants, tanzaku card and plank bridges

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Books and Nandina Branches | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Noh costume (nuihaku) with books and nandina branches [Japan] (1989.367)

Noh costume (maiginu) Cloak Japanese, Edo period, 18th or 19th century,

Japan Tadamori and the Oil Thief, 19th century Netsuke, Boxwood, Japanese Aesthetic,

Noh costume. 15.1159 MFA Boston

Noh Costume (Mizugoromo) - Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Plain-weave bast fiber, ramie warp and hemp weft

Noh costume (atsuita) Kimono Japanese, Late Edo or early Meiji era, 19th

Katabira (Summer Kimono) with Autumn Scene of Nonomiya Shrine in Yuzen Dyeing and Embroidery

Karaori (Noh costume) | Japan | mid 18th-late 19th century | Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum | Formerly owned by the Ii family, feudal lords of the Omi-Hikone ...

detail of Noh costume (nuihaku) Kimono Japanese, Edo period, 18th century,

Robe with willow tree and Chinese characters; Tokugawa period, 18th century; silk,

This is a promotional poster used to advertise Osaka's Ohtsuki Noh Theater. This theater is

Hakama (Japanese Trousers)

Noh costume (karaori) Kimono Japanese, Edo period, 18th century, Noh theater

Noh Costume- traditional Japanese theatre Global Performing Arts Database (GloPAD)

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Noh Robe (Karaori) with Pattern of Autumn Grasses, late 18th century. Edo

SUNTORY MUSEUM OF ART "Noh costume, nuihaku type, with cherry blossom and spider's

A Yohji Yamamoto coat, Japanese, spring/summer 1983, made in cotton,

Noh costume (happi) Jacket Japanese, Edo period, 19th century, Noh theater

Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Kabuki Costume, Nihon, Japanese Painting, Yukata,

Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Peonies, Plum Blossoms, and Butterflies | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

15th century Muromachi period man's kosode from the Tokyo National Museum.

Noh Costume (Surihaku) with Chinese Bellflowers | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Kosode Robe with Roosters and Hens | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Furisode with Imagery Alluding to the Noh Play Kikujido, Young Woman's Kimono; Japan,

Noh robe (nuihaku), Edo period second half of century, Japanese Silk embroidery and gold leaf on satin; 61 x

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Scattered Roundels (detail)

Noh Theater Robe (Surihaku) with Autumn Grasses

Detail of Karaori Noh Costume with Fans and Flowering Plants of the Four Seasons on Pink

Vintage Kimono 1970s new Red 159,95€ / Kimono (Haori) Vintage 1970s

Noh costume (kariginu) Japanese, Edo period, 18th or 19th century, Noh

Japan 18th Century. Noh Costume (Chōken) with Water Plants and Mulberry Leaves. The MET

Noh Robe | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Nuihaku (Noh Costume) | The Art Institute of Chicago

thekimonogallery: “Noh theatre costume (nuihaku). 18th century, Japan. “

Japanese Woodblock Prints and Decorative Arts

Red surcoat (jinbaori) with floral design, late 19th century, Japan, Clark

Noh Costume, Kitsuke (inner garment for male role), 1750-1850 Japanese

Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Scenes of Filial Piety | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

late 17th c kosode Kimono Japanese Patterns, Japanese Textiles, Japanese Fabric, Japanese Kimono

Wedding kimono (uchikake) from Edo period,19th century,Japan Wedding Kimono,

Demon, Noh performance, Kitazawa Hachiman Matsuri Japanese Things, Japanese Art, Noh Theatre

Noh Costume (Karaori) with Pattern of Cypress Fans and Yūgao Blossoms | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Noh robe for woman's role with design of fans and swirling water(Kanze-mizu

Noh costume (atsuita) Japanese Edo period late to early century Noh theater robe for a male role (atsuita) with a green ground and overall design of peonies ...

Silk 'uchikake' (wedding over-kimono). First half 19th century,

Noh costume (Hitatare) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-

Japan, Noh Costume (Kitsuke), Silk satin weave decorated with patinated metallic leaf applied to a stenciled paste base, late 18th c

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Books and Nandina Branches

Edo Uchikake Edo Era, Edo Period, Kimono Pattern, Textiles Techniques, Japanese Patterns

Scan H2: Scan from book “The History of Women's Costume in Japan."

Noh costume (atsuita) Kimono Japanese, Meiji era, late 19th to early 20th

Tōshūsai Sharaku | Kabuki Actor Ōtani Oniji III as Yakko Edobei in the Play The Colored Reins of a Loving Wife (Koi nyōbō somewake tazuna) | Japan | Edo ...

early 19th c furisode Japanese Kimono Robe, Traditional Japanese Kimono, Japanese Costume, Costumes

Dress. Culture: American. Designer: Mrs. F. M. Carroll (American).

Noh Theatre Kimono | eBay

J Costume Geisha, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Geisha Japan, Japanese Female, Japanese

The stage of the National Noh Theater in Sendagaya (Tokyo, Japan). November 2013.

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Japanese Noh Theatre Character doll, 1950's Japanese Traditional Dolls, Japanese Doll, Noh Theatre

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Noh Costume (Surihaku) with Water, Water Plants, and Leaves | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Cinema Kabuki tonight @ Scotiabank Theatre Toronto presented by The JAPAN Foundation akimbo.ca/

Itchiku Kubota [during the and made his artistic Kimono inspired by Tsujigahana, a long lost XVIth century technique he spent 30 years re-inventing, ...

KARAORI Noh costumes are usually worn as the outer garment for the roles of women. The woven textiles from which they are made, also called karaori, ...

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Ivy, Incense Wrappers, and Bamboo Blinds | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

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Noh costume (chôken) Cloak Japanese Edo period 18th century Noh Theatre, Edo Period

Atsuita Karaori Kimono,18th Century Medium: Silk brocade japanese kimono on rung-dyed

Wedding Kimono, Japanese Fashion, Japanese Clothing, Japanese Outfits, Kimono Fashion, Traditional

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A Choken Noh Costume , EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

Kosode with Snow-covered Mandarin Orange Trees and Poem, Edo period, late 18th

Half-Coat (Haori) with web pattern Made from deerskin Edo Period, Century Japanese Folk Art Museum, Tokyo Length 103 cm