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japanese heian period dress

japanese heian period dress

鏑木清方/ Kaburaki

鏑木清方/ Kaburaki

The Picture Contest (E-Awase), Illustration to Chapter 17 of the "Tale of Genji" (Genji monogatari) by Tosa Mitsunobu (c. 1434 - c. 1525)

The Picture Contest (E-Awase), Illustration to Chapter 17 of the "Tale of Genji" (Genji monogatari) by Tosa Mitsunobu (c. 1434 - c. 1525)

Japanese Obi 12"x 157" Decorated section: 99" Dark brown silk ground, brocaded with gold, silk and silver medallions and carts.

Japanese Obi 12"x 157" Decorated section: 99" Dark brown silk ground, brocaded with gold, silk and silver medallions and carts.

Okada Yoshio  'Hotaru' - from the Genji Monogatari  Colour woodcut, 1985

Okada Yoshio 'Hotaru' - from the Genji Monogatari Colour woodcut, 1985

Tale of Genji by unknown artist

Tale of Genji by unknown artist

「イラスト 源氏物語」の画像検索結果

「イラスト 源氏物語」の画像検索結果

Izumi Shikibu; Japanese (10th-11th century) "I left my hills,/ struggled along a dark/ worldly way,/ for I still hunger/ to be with you again." ~ "Here in this world/ I won't live/ one minute more,/ where pain is rank/ like black bamboo." ~ "If you have no time/ to come, I'll go./ I want to learn the way/ of writing poems/ as a way to you."

Izumi Shikibu; Japanese (10th-11th century) "I left my hills,/ struggled along a dark/ worldly way,/ for I still hunger/ to be with you again." ~ "Here in this world/ I won't live/ one minute more,/ where pain is rank/ like black bamboo." ~ "If you have no time/ to come, I'll go./ I want to learn the way/ of writing poems/ as a way to you."

JUNI-HITOE is the multi-layered, multi-colored costume worn by women during and after the Heian Era (794 -1185 A.D.).  JUNIHITOE means "12 layers" or "12 clothes [UCHIGI]. The layered colors of the sleeves reflected many things including seasons, directions, virtues, creativity of the persons who wear and the elements of the earth as they related to the spirit of nature.

JUNI-HITOE is the multi-layered, multi-colored costume worn by women during and after the Heian Era (794 -1185 A.D.). JUNIHITOE means "12 layers" or "12 clothes [UCHIGI]. The layered colors of the sleeves reflected many things including seasons, directions, virtues, creativity of the persons who wear and the elements of the earth as they related to the spirit of nature.

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