Displaying intricate designs that sweep the length of the body, Japanese kimonos are truly wearable art. Awash in patterns of cherry blossoms, bamboo, birds, flowing streams, and wandering abstracts, the costumes are dramatic statements of beauty crafted from ancient decorative techniques. A glor... read more
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