110-A: Vintage Japanese Kimono, A Package, Bulk Wholesale Silk Kimonos
Japanese Long & Short Kimonos
(Kimono, Haori, Michiyuki)
By-Pound Package Silks, Silk Blends, Few Mock-Silk
Catalog #: 110-A
10 Lbs (4.54Kg) @US$9.50/lb = US$95.00
Plus Actual Shipping Cost
Called our "A Package" --
Our Most Popular Bulk Kimono Package Since 1998
United Parcel Service (UPS) and FEDEX GROUND
(USA, Canada, Mexico) DO NOT SHIP TO Post Office(PO) Boxes
Also: For International Customers -- We now have GlobalPost(TM) discounted shipping rates for many countries; See below for details.
A NOTE ON OUR PICTURES:
Our pictures here are of a recent sample 10 Lbs (4.54Kg) "A Package", shown first as a pile of 9 garments, then close-ups of the same kimonos spread out. PICTURES ARE SAMPLES of type and quality in each package(10 Lbs, average 7 to 8 garments /10 Lbs -- Each Package is Unique)
Version: Updated April 20, 2022
"A" PACKAGE WOMEN'S KIMONO, BUNDLE DESCRIPTIONS:
1. KIMONO BUNDLE CONTENT:
We are selling this bundle as whole-garment cutters, average 6-8 garments per 10lbs package. The majority are long kimonos with short kimono coats (haori, michiyuki) included when available.
Each bundle is unique. Bundle is meant for cutting, artwork, design, DIY, crafts, etc.; as vintage (used, recycled, upcycled) kimonos, there may be some imperfections, slight stains, but never rag quality -- At least 90% of the outer garment fabrics are usable for projects; Note also that while sold as fabric supply for taking apart, we have customers worldwide who resell these in vintage and other type shops or at events; some of our retail customers use for casual vintage wear, costume, Anime Cosplay, etc.
For our creative & designer customers, keep in mind that when you take apart these kimonos and short coats you will get about 90 yards of the outer fabric -- average width 14 inches; Inner liners add additional yardage, almost 30 more yards of liner fabric.
Selections are different for every package: We put together an assortment which is a balance of warm and cold colors and varied designs; the fabric weights range from light to heavy; Since these are from the 1950s to 1990s the designs and motifs are considered as classical, traditional, and highly varied Japanese historical motifs; even a solid fabric will often be interwoven in the same sorts of traditional Japanese motifs.
2. FABRIC CONTENTS:
Mostly silks and silk-blends (synthetic & silk) with the occasional all-synthetic fabrics if they are especially nice and in good condition.
We do NOT include any of the following type fabrics: cotton, muslin, and commonly seen non-Japanese-made synthetic robes(off-shore sellers) which are called 'kimono' by many -- but which are not truly Japanese kimono -- We never have those type -- ever;
When on-hand, we include a luxurious type of fine silk called 'kinsha', as well as the following: Ro,(skip-weave, summer silk), shibori, and other special older vintage varieties (1950s Meisen Silk, Ohshima Tsumugi Silks, etc.) when we have them.
3. MOTIFS, PATTERNS & DESIGNS:
Traditional motifs are in wide variety of combinations, and include the following: Flowers, fans, butterflies, birds, Imperial items ( such as -- flower carts, Imperial procession items, banners, treasure mallets, and gift boxes); also, toys, origami, cranes, waves, streams, bamboo thickets; Kimono makers historically also include themes from woodblock prints and art of 1600 to 1800s, including tsunami waves, mountains and country villas with streams, streams (often stylized in various fashions) and geometric designs.
In addition, even when a kimono fabric is solid (no secondary colors, motif, or design), entire garments are often interwoven with these same lovely designs - but not all - some are without the interwoven designs, being solid.
Also, many classical kimonos have a subtle beauty and nuance, perhaps an acquired taste, but rich in layout and arrangements in the fabrics.
OTHER: While we sell these as cutters and fabric supplies, they are all full garments, but with the following exception: Sometimes we get beautiful older (1920s-1940s) colorful kimonos that lack sleeves or perhaps lapels; these are often of the finer old silk called kinsha; If we have these we will include one in as part of the bundle. Should you NOT wish this sort of thing, please leave a note in your order form during checkout, or message us via the site chat button or contact link.
Images shown in our description here are EXAMPLES of a recent bundle; yours will be unique, and sorted using the criteria as described here. After placing an order, please message us on how you plan to use the bundle or any 'druthers' you have. This helps us make the final selection. We do our best to provide a balanced mix. Also, please see FAQs which have more details about the selection.
FAQ's & Other Information about bulk kimono packages:
- Unsolicited Customer Testimonials.
- Bulk Kimono FAQ.
- General FAQ about vintage Japanese kimonos & fabrics.
- International Customers: PLEASE read our international info pages starting HERE.
- Virtual Tour (Pictures).
New Discounted Shipping Options for shipments outside the USA:
We also now offer GlobalPost(tm) shipping discounts to the European Union, Australia, and other countries. THIS DISCOUNTED INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING DOES NOT SHOW ON CART DURING CHECKOUT -So... Please contact us before ordering to get a shipping quote to your country. For some countries, shipping is up to 40% cheaper than US Postal Service Int'l Priority Mail.
Regular price $ 75.00 Sale price $ 65.00