It measures 96" x 75". I pieced the vertical side borders from scraps - I especially like the quarter-hexagon design on the left in the photo above, a closeup of which is on the right side of the photo below. I found this quarter-hexagon concept in a book by the brilliant Sara Nephew:
The quilt contains all kinds of Japanese textiles. The red door curtain below has girly stuff: hair and kimono accessories, and - in the first panel on the left, I'm not sure what the two linked circles are - opera glasses? Handcuffs? I'm pretty sure this piece is Bingata, colorful Okinawan fabric stenciling.
It was purchased in Tokyo in the nineties, as were the next two prints,
The third, the sumo cat fabric directly above was bought in an all-American quilt shop.
A striking group of horizontal textiles on this quilt were purchased by my friend Debbie at a yard sale (in California). They're all made from thin cotton, and appear to be wall banners. I am looking for someone to translate them for me, but my best guess is that this first one depicts gods....here.]
The next one is a guide to traditional kites....
This was a washcloth.
The large two-tone square in the center, (dark blue and light plum) is a furoshiki, a carrying cloth, decorated with beautifully 'sketched' pottery. Scraps are in the borders. And I still have some Japanese fabrics left over!