figure in the photo shows the informal townwear of the samurai woman in
the Muromachi era. As
for the body length and the sleeve width, "kosode" kimono is a
short paddle. The
cuff is small and the skirt is round. Its
body width is as large as 2-jo. The
"tsuji-ga-hana zome" dyeing method was begun at these days.
soon, the technology of dyeing and weaving progressed much more.
figure in the phot wears a thin and beautiful "kuke-obi" belt
and pulls up the "kosode" kimono over its head.
style is called "kazuki (=pulling up)."