This grand main kurofurisode, forming the outerwear part of a three-furisode kasane set alongside 1628b and 1628c, is truly remarkable. It boasts a wide array of colors and motifs intricately combined in a sophisticated and masterful manner. The motifs are brought to life through a blend of techniques, including yuzen-painting, sagara, satin-stitch and couching embroidery, and surihaku outlining. An interesting aspect is the use of metallic thread in some of the satin-stitch embroidery, adding a unique touch. Additionally, the bottom of this furisode is padded akin to an uchikake. It features five family crests and measures 51 inches (130 cm) from sleeve-end to sleeve-end, standing at a height of 67 inches (170 cm).