This doll was given to me as a gift in the late 1970s from a friend after a visit to Japan. The doll has been displayed and protected behind glass in a case ever since. Never played with or used as a toy. It has the original tag.Her head, arms and legs are made of a vinyl material, with a soft stuffed cloth torso. Her silk brocade kimono is salmon color with darker color obi sash. I think these dolls are fairly rare as I can only find a few similar online. THE DOLL IS 13 high and but for natural age fading and some dust, otherwise she is in the same condition as I received her in 1979. Who is the Doll Artist in Japan from 1960? He reproduced the Traditional Japanese Dolls called Ichimatsu these are the Dolls Japan gave as a Gift to The United States as a Friendship & Peace Dolls I believe after WWII. Sekiguchi reproduced them in the 1970 s into Plastic&Vinyl because the Traditional Ichimatsu Dolls were made of Gofun(oyster shells)or Bisque and therefore breakable, chipped easily, the paint wore off, etc. She might be an Ichimatsu by Sekiguchi but I can't read the tag, which is in Japanese. Comes from a smoke free pet free home. The item "Japanese Possible Sekiguchi Ichimatsu 1970's Vintage Doll With Silk KIMONO NWT" is in sale since Tuesday, April 04, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Asian\1900-Now\Japanese\Dolls". The seller is "dianam530" and is located in Marina, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.