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This is an antique Fukusa from Meiji period (1868-1912) with 'Kotobuki' kanji character design

This is an antique Fukusa from Meiji period (1868-1912) with 'Kotobuki' kanji character design

This is a vintage fukusa with a design of wave and 'Takasago'(a Noh play), which is dyed.  It has kanoko dots and Kanji of 'Kotobuki'(happiness) motifs, which is dyed.

This is a vintage fukusa with a design of wave and 'Takasago'(a Noh play), which is dyed. It has kanoko dots and Kanji of 'Kotobuki'(happiness) motifs, which is dyed.

This is a fabric of a kimono from mid Showa period(Showa:1926-1989). It has unique kanji character 'kotobuki'(longevity) pattern, which is dyed

This is a fabric of a kimono from mid Showa period(Showa:1926-1989). It has unique kanji character 'kotobuki'(longevity) pattern, which is dyed

This is a vintage Fukusa with flying cranes on fan and pine tree embroidered design. It also has a large kanji character 'KOTOBUKI'(means celebrate, longevity, and best wishes) with kanoko dots embroidered design

This is a vintage Fukusa with flying cranes on fan and pine tree embroidered design. It also has a large kanji character 'KOTOBUKI'(means celebrate, longevity, and best wishes) with kanoko dots embroidered design

Kimono #231456 This is an impressive monotone 'somewake'(dyed with separate design) kimono for Japanese dance, although the length is not long like susohiki.  It has 'setsugetsuka'(snow, moon and flowers) and 'kotobuki'(longevity) kanji characters

Kimono #231456 This is an impressive monotone 'somewake'(dyed with separate design) kimono for Japanese dance, although the length is not long like susohiki. It has 'setsugetsuka'(snow, moon and flowers) and 'kotobuki'(longevity) kanji characters

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