This is a beautiful vintage brocade robe labeled "Trademark Fujibayashi Made". I think it's from the 1960s tho it could be a tad bit earlier. The multi-colored green brocade depicts a Japanese landscape with trees and a bridge. The robe is lined in solid off-white taffeta, probably rayon or early acetate. Belt is included; that's noteworthy because they so often have been lost over the decades. Long cuffed sleeves, shawl collar.... it's a classic and beautiful robe! No fiber content, no labels about country of origin. I'm assuming because of its age, that it's a rayon brocade with an acetate or other synthetic lining. The brocade is sorta stiff, not smooth & sexy but sturdy and well made.
Pre-owned, used; in good overall condition with no significant flaws. There's a small brown spot on the front and a grease or ?? stain inside the front that doesn't show from the outside
No size given on the label but I'm GUESSING it would fit a modern size S to M. Please read the actual garment measurements given next and ask questions if you have any--
Garment bust- approx. 35" measured around at the underarm seams
Hem- 46" closed, 66" total hem length
Back length- 49" from neck to hem
Sleeve length- 20"
Back width- approx. 17"
Total belt length- 52"