/OBI/ JAPAN

26 Pins
 6y
Collection by
african kimono by serge mouangue African Models, Traditional Kimono, Garment Pattern, African Pattern, African Clothing Styles, African Print Fabric
african kimono by serge mouangue
african kimono by serge mouangue
african kimono by serge mouangue Modern Kimono, Geisha Girl, Kitenge, African Inspired, Yukata
african kimono by serge mouangue
african kimono by serge mouangue
Afro Kimono by Serge Mouangue Poses References, Afro Art, 인물 사진, Japanese Kimono, Anthropology, Mode Style
Culture Blend - Nomadic Decorator
Afro Kimono by Serge Mouangue
Japanese Street Fashion, Haute Couture, Japan Fashion, Couture, Kimono Modern, Japanese Style Clothing
Street Style - 表参道 - 由美さん - 2012年04月12日撮影 - FASHIONSNAP.COM
Japanese summer kimono, Yukata 浴衣 Japanese Summer, Mode Kimono, Yukata Kimono, Summer Kimono, Beautiful Kimonos, Japanese Textiles, Maneki Neko
Japanese summer kimono, Yukata 浴衣
Kimono Shibori Blue Japanese Kimono, Motifs Textiles, Kimono Japan, Japan Kimono, Kimono Fabric
Kimono Shibori
#Japan #kimono Japanese Kimono Male, Japan Architecture, Male Kimono, Japanese People, Japan Culture, Japanese Men, Male Poses
画像・写真 | 小栗旬、松坂桃李らが「着物」グラビア! 人気俳優12人が男の色気で“悩殺” 3枚目
#Japan #kimono
an orange bridge leading to a pagoda surrounded by trees
amongraf.ro
Autumn Colors at Daigoji Temple in Kyoto, Japan | 19 Reasons to Love Japan, an Unforgettable Travel Destination. See also Judyinjapan.com
Kimika Japanese Hairstyle, Geisha Japan, Afrique Art, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Geisha Art, Japanese Geisha, Art Japonais
Geiko-san & Maiko-san
Kimika
a geisha woman in traditional japanese dress
The Kimono Gallery
Geisha
One of the most popular froms of kimono is the furisode, worn by an unmarried young woman at festivals, tea ceremonies, or any other formal event.  Furisode literally means “swinging sleeves” and it is marked not only by its long sleeves, but by its bright colors and decoration. Hanging Fabric, Kimono Pattern
OMG that dress!
One of the most popular froms of kimono is the furisode, worn by an unmarried young woman at festivals, tea ceremonies, or any other formal event. Furisode literally means “swinging sleeves” and it is marked not only by its long sleeves, but by its bright colors and decoration.
the back of a woman's head with red flowers in her hair and dress
Erik Madigan Heck - maisondesprit.com]