Redesigned from an authentic vintage kimono, the Ohgi coat is dyed with one of the oldest methods of tie-dying: an 1800-year-old technique called; HIKITA SHIBORI. This is now one of the precious cultural properties to be preserved in Japan.
The combination of Japanese fans, Chrysanthemums, Peony, and the geometric patterns of turtle shells are known to bring prosperity, protection, and long life.
Second-hand Kimono: Hand-made, Shibori dyed, hand-painted, 100 % Silk
It has a few small tea stains, in none obvious places, therefore the price has been adjusted.
Exterior back right sleeve tea stain 1 1/2 in - 4 cm
Exterior back right sleeve faint tea stain near the edge 1 in - 2.5 cm
Exterior back left sleeve 0.2 in - 0.3 cm
Exterior front right sleeve 1/2 in - 1.3 cm
This kimono is a piece of art, literally. If your kimono gets stained accidentally, please bring it to a reputable dry cleaning company.