Girl Blowing Vidro is a piece from the series Ten Classes of Women's Physiognomy by Kitagawa Utamaro, an ukiyo-e painter from the Edo period.
The red-checkered kimono was a big trend back in the day and the object she has in her mouth is called "vidro". It is a glass toy that makes a sound when it is blown in and out through the connecting pipe.
Size 25cm×17.5cm×8.5cm / Opening Part 24cm / Adjustable Strap 102～127cm Material 50% Linen, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon Made in Japan
Wash separately, due to friction colour may be discolored or transfer in the first couple of washes. Please avoid washing or leaving it wet.