No Ohashori? No worries! ..on the topic of TOO SHORT OHASHORI or NO OHASHORI POSSIBLE, since many vintage kimono are so short it might not be possible to fold an ohashori or fold it so it is visible. But don't be disheartened, Naomi explains and shows scanned example of how to keep it neat without a visible ohashori! Blog post & scans by Naomi no Kimono Asobi. Please see link for post & more reading tips!
Kimono (uchikake) Japanese, Edo period, 19th century, Long-sleeved outer robe (uchikake) with design of floral medicine ball ornaments (kusudama) and hanging bamboo screens across the middle of the robe in green, yellow, brown, white and blue silk and gilt paper strip discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts on a blue-gray silk damask ground with woven vertical serpentine foliage pattern; three oak leaf crests embroidered in white silk along the upper back. MFA