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The Attire of Boys of the Kamakura Period (1192 - 1342), Japan. A boy belonging to the upper class of the Kamakura period is represented in the following three pictures. His attire consists of a red outer-garment called “Suikan,” a hakama, and an unlined yellow undergarment. Translated by K. Takigawa Text and image via Naomi no Kimono Asobi on Flickr. Photos appear to have been taken during the late 19th or early 20th century

The Attire of Boys of the Kamakura Period (1192 - 1342), Japan. A boy belonging to the upper class of the Kamakura period is represented in the following three pictures. His attire consists of a red outer-garment called “Suikan,” a hakama, and an unlined yellow undergarment. Translated by K. Takigawa Text and image via Naomi no Kimono Asobi on Flickr. Photos appear to have been taken during the late 19th or early 20th century

Shigaraki, anagama, ten-day anagama wood firing, with natural ash deposits pot. tsubo-33

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Shigaraki, anagama, ten-day anagama wood firing, with natural ash deposits pot. tsubo-24

Shigaraki, anagama, ten-day anagama wood firing, with natural ash deposits pot. tsubo-322