Kimono to enjoy the season
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Kimono attire for each season Summer is almost here! Many of us are spending our days in summer clothes.In Japan, with its four distinct seasons of spring, summer, fall, and winter, there is a custom of changing clothes and belongings according to the season. The custom of "changing clothes" applies not only to western clothes but also to kimonos. Please try to know the advantages of kimono for each of the four seasons and try to go out with a more beautiful coordination. Basics of dressing for each season Kimonos are basically divided into three types according to the...
Kimono is a traditional Japanese garment
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The kimono is a traditional Japanese garment that was worn until the Meiji period (1868-1912), before the Western clothing culture was introduced. Its form has changed in various ways over time. The most glamorous and complex kimono costumes are made of silk and worn by the Heian period (794-1185) aristocrats, and the style can now be seen mainly in the imperial family and in traditional events in Kyoto. With the introduction of Western restoration culture in the Meiji era, the kimono gradually became a garment worn on special occasions such as weddings and funerals, and is now reserved for even...
How to Wear Kimono for Beginners
Video: How to Wear Kimono for Beginners Kimonos can be worn more easily! It is not difficult to wear a kimono. The first step is to just try wearing it. Your skill with wearing kimonos will improve as you wear them more frequently. It doesn’t need to be perfect. Enjoy wearing kimonos! ■ Shop NAGOYA OBI FUKURO OBI ZORI SANDALS
10 Essential Japanese Kimono Items
Video: 10 Essential Japanese kimono items When you wear a kimono, you need decorative and dressing accessories that you are not familiar with in your daily life. Kimono beginners who have just learned to be interested in kimono may not know what they need and how to use them. In this video, we will introduce you to some of the kimono items you will need. ■ Shop NAGOYA OBI FUKURO OBI ZORI SANDALS
How to make Ready-to-wear Pre-folded OBI Belt for Kimono