This silk padded miyamairi kimono was worn for ceremonial life-passage anointment at a Shinto shrine. Like item 2841, it's from the same family and workshop and features pine, crane, and sea motifs crafted with sumi-e and painting. There are a few small tears present. Measuring 33 inches from sleeve-end to sleeve-end and standing 44 inches tall, this miyamairi stands out for its height, about 6 inches taller than usual. This height was used to the artist's advantage, allowing for the creation of one of the most magnificent pine trees seen on any type of kimono. The gender for which it was made is uncertain; typically, crane and pine motifs, symbolizing long life and good luck, were more common on female garments. However, the kimono's padding suggests it was intended for a winter anointment ceremony.