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 example features yuzen-dyed cheerful 'karako' (folklore child figure that are the Japanese version of cherubs) and 'takarabune' lucky treasure ship motif. Embroidery highlights, and includes a matching white silk juban undergarment. Very good condition, with minor imperfections. 33" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 38" height.