KimonoArtist(s)JapaneseArtist NationalityJapanese (culture or style)Object Creation Date20th centuryMedium & Supportsilk, brocadeDimensions
63 in. ( 160.02 cm )Credit LineGift of Howard and Patricia YamaguchiSubject matter
Ro and Sha textiles, also called usumono, are thin, translucent fabrics used for summer kimonos.
The main difference between Ro and Sha is how they are woven.
Thin black sheer Ro or Sha summer kimono with interwoven star motifs and one kamon (family crest) with no inner lining (hitoe).
Primary Object Classification Costume and Costume Accessories Primary Object TypekimonoCollection AreaAsianRights
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