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Edo Cherry Blossom Silk Kimono Jacket
Item #25777
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A striking depiction of 19th-century Tokyo with revered cherry blossoms in full bloom graces the front AND the back of this long, flowing Edo Cherry Blossom Silk Kimono Jacket with dramatic handkerchief hem. Perfect for soirées, dinner dates, or a night at the theater, this semi-sheer jacket is generously sized to fit most. 100% silk. Imported.
Since the early 1900s when the cherry trees along Washington, D.C.’s Tidal Basin were given to the United States by Japan, Americans have been extolling the beauty of cherry blossoms. The exquisite collection on these pages evokes the many cherry-blossom-themed prints, paintings, and ceramic artworks curated by our Freer Gallery of Art.
One size fits most.

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Customer Reviews

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By Grammy Susan
September 26, 2017
"Anyone with hips will be disappointed."
By Miriam
July 29, 2017
"I received many compliments when I wore this to Temple for services. I want to try it with the scarf next."
By Gemini
Bronx, NY
July 23, 2017
"When wearing this item it has a spiritual glow and feelings. It is uplifting"
By Smyley
April 25, 2017
"Also wore it with it's matching scarf. Did love it's look and the feel of it, the light flutter of the sleeves and side panels. Love a kimono for outdoor, everyday use, on the dressy side. Beautiful , feminine, comfortable."
Washington, DC
April 28, 2016
"I don't normally wear clothing like this, but can see it over a black turtleneck with black pants."