A fine silk “miyamairi” kimono, one utilized to drape over a one-month old baby boy during rite of passage at a Shinto Shrine. This garment features finely-rendered yuzen-dyed ‘Yoshitsune’ and ‘Benkei’. Taisho Period (1912-1927), Japan. The Kimono Gallery
|—||Huang po (via selim-al-tarin)|
"Hey can I look at your phone?"
“Yeah let me just finish this text.”
*deletes 200 selfies*
Clearing out after the rain…