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Childrens Kimono

These childrens kimono and accessories are used for festival events, for example 'The Miyamairi' (we would describe it as a christening robe) is wrapped around the baby and it's grandmother, to be taken to the Shinto shrine to be named and blessed. At a ceremony called Shichi-go-san (7-5-3) the children wear special kimono to celebrate their age. Ceremonial childrens kimono can be richly embroidered or yuzen dyed, they make wonderful interior design statements. Note - Some of our customers have purchased childrens kimono as christening gifts, they are unusual, one offs and have the makings of a family heirloom which can be passed down to future generations.

C2921 1930's GIRL'S SILK  KIMONO, CRANES
NEW: C2921 1930's GIRL'S SILK KIMONO, CRANES
C2920 1930's BOY'S SILK MIYAMAIRI, SAMURAI BATTLE OF ICHI-no-TANI
NEW: C2920 1930's BOY'S SILK MIYAMAIRI, SAMURAI BATTLE OF ICHI-no-TANI
C2905 MEIJI INDIGO DYED GIRL'S SILK KIMONO, HANDPAINTED SCENERY
C2905 MEIJI INDIGO DYED GIRL'S SILK KIMONO, HANDPAINTED SCENERY (Sold)
C2890 SUPER RARE EDO GIRL'S KIMONO, HEIAN BUDDHIST FESTIVAL
C2890 SUPER RARE EDO GIRL'S KIMONO, HEIAN BUDDHIST FESTIVAL (Sold)
C2879 RARE RO SILK BOY'S MIYAMAIRI, KOI CARP AND PINES
C2879 RARE RO SILK BOY'S MIYAMAIRI, KOI CARP AND PINES (Sold)
C2716 MEIJI SILK MIYAMAIRI, SUMI PAINTED CRANES AND PINES
C2716 MEIJI SILK MIYAMAIRI, SUMI PAINTED CRANES AND PINES
C2677 BOY'S SILK MIYAMAIRI, HANDPAINTED BENKEI AND YOSHITSUNE 'BATTLE OF ICHI NO TANI'
C2677 BOY'S SILK MIYAMAIRI, HANDPAINTED BENKEI AND YOSHITSUNE 'BATTLE OF ICHI NO TANI'

 
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