This silk uchikake presents a striking series of wave motifs interspersed with small yuzen-painted leaves. Its design incorporates extensive metallic-gold couching, complemented by silk embroidery highlights. The inner safflower-dyed lining employs the rinzu (damask) technique. Measuring 49 inches (124 cm) from sleeve-end to sleeve-end and standing at 63 inches (160 cm) in height, this uchikake stands out as a unique piece. Unlike most 19th-century uchikake intended for brides, this one deviates from the typical wedding motifs, bearing a serious tone that doesn't align with wedding symbolism. Furthermore, the refined artwork suggests a departure from traditional theater use, known for its bold and less intricate motifs.