noun, plural ka·ke·mo·nos, ka·ke·mo·no.
Origin of kakemono
Examples from the Web for kakemono
On one wall hangs a kakemono, or a long strip of paper with flowers painted in water-colours.From Pole to Pole|Sven Anders Hedin
Some interpret the bird's note as meaning, "Has the kakemono been suspended?"Myths & Legends of Japan|F. Hadland (Frederick Hadland) Davis
Jean carefully put away her kakemono and took from a box, sweetly smelling and prettily decorated, a beautiful Satsuma vase.The Four Corners in Japan|Amy Ella Blanchard
They have probably never seen the same picture or the same ornament twice in the kakemono.Impressions of a War Correspondent|George Lynch
He had backed to the far side of the room and stood surveying the effect of the Kakemono with much satisfaction.Happy House|Betsey Riddle, Freifrau von Hutten zum Stolzenberg