PRICELESS SILK KIMONOS
Sixteen priceless kimonos measuring 2 x 1.5 meters, designed by master weaver #Itshiku Kubota are on display in the exhibition #"Silk Splendour" in Japan Museum SieboldHuis, in Leiden, the Netherlands. Extensive dyeing, 300 colours and 12 months of needlework are required to make one perfect Kubota kimono. Each kimono is an explosion of colours, decorated with embroidery, with pattens in East Indian ink and embellished with gold leaf and silver after the 16th century Tsujigahana technique. Of an unbelievable beauty. Recommended! Till the end of May 2015. Photos by Milou Ket

PRICELESS SILK KIMONOS
Sixteen priceless kimonos measuring 2 x 1.5 meters, designed by master weaver #Itshiku Kubota are on display in the exhibition #"Silk Splendour" in Japan Museum SieboldHuis, in Leiden, the Netherlands. Extensive dyeing, 300 colours and 12 months of needlework are required to make one perfect Kubota kimono. Each kimono is an explosion of colours, decorated with embroidery, with pattens in East Indian ink and embellished with gold leaf and silver after the 16th century Tsujigahana technique. Of an unbelievable beauty. Recommended! Till the end of May 2015. Photos by Milou Ket

PRICELESS SILK KIMONOS
Sixteen priceless kimonos measuring 2 x 1.5 meters, designed by master weaver #Itshiku Kubota are on display in the exhibition #"Silk Splendour" in Japan Museum SieboldHuis, in Leiden, the Netherlands. Extensive dyeing, 300 colours and 12 months of needlework are required to make one perfect Kubota kimono. Each kimono is an explosion of colours, decorated with embroidery, with pattens in East Indian ink and embellished with gold leaf and silver after the 16th century Tsujigahana technique. Of an unbelievable beauty. Recommended! Till the end of May 2015. Photos by Milou Ket

PRICELESS SILK KIMONOS
Sixteen priceless kimonos measuring 2 x 1.5 meters, designed by master weaver #Itshiku Kubota are on display in the exhibition #"Silk Splendour" in Japan Museum SieboldHuis, in Leiden, the Netherlands. Extensive dyeing, 300 colours and 12 months of needlework are required to make one perfect Kubota kimono. Each kimono is an explosion of colours, decorated with embroidery, with pattens in East Indian ink and embellished with gold leaf and silver after the 16th century Tsujigahana technique. Of an unbelievable beauty. Recommended! Till the end of May 2015. Photos by Milou Ket

PRICELESS SILK KIMONOS
Sixteen priceless kimonos measuring 2 x 1.5 meters, designed by master weaver #Itshiku Kubota are on display in the exhibition #"Silk Splendour" in Japan Museum SieboldHuis, in Leiden, the Netherlands. Extensive dyeing, 300 colours and 12 months of needlework are required to make one perfect Kubota kimono. Each kimono is an explosion of colours, decorated with embroidery, with pattens in East Indian ink and embellished with gold leaf and silver after the 16th century Tsujigahana technique. Of an unbelievable beauty. Recommended! Till the end of May 2015. Photos by Milou Ket

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