Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free
Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA  / Blue Lily, Size: Free

Japanese Traditional Women's YUKATA / Blue Lily, Size: Free

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Authentic Japanese Yukata

A yukata is a type of kimono worn over bare skin (or underwear). Many yukata for women have gorgeous patterns and colors, and are worn mainly for summer events such as fireworks displays, fairs, and Bon dances. They are also good for restaurants, amusement parks, and sports games.
Cotton and linen yukata is breathable, absorbent and quick-drying. Please experience its comfortable feeling. You can wear it like a dress and washable at home.

Please note that:
• colors may vary in different types of lighting and with different monitor settings

★ Condition
• New
• Made in Japan

★ Size and Material
• Size: Free
• Kimono Length (Mitake) 165 cm / 65 in
• Sleeve Length (Sodetake) 49 cm / 19.3 in
• Yuki (Shoulder and Arm length): 67 cm / 26.3 in
• Material: Cotton 100%, Linen 20% (washable)
• Style: Yukata

★ Note
• Obi is sold separately.

★ How to Wash Washable Kimono
(1) Fold the kimono and wash it in a large laundry net.
(2) Add "an appropriate amount of detergent for fashionable clothes"
(3) Wash in "hand wash mode" or "delicate". (don't use the dryer)
(4) Hang dry in indoor or in a place out of direct sunlight. (Take it out of the washing machine immediately after washing)
(5) Iron the kimono as needed. (Always use a cloth like a handkerchief over it. when you iron kimono)
(6) When it is thoroughly dry, fold it and store it.

★ Tips
• Kimono Seasonal Style: Yukata
• Kimono Wearing Season: June to end of September (May to October in warmer areas)
• Kimono Wearing occasions: Fireworks displays, fairs, and Bon dances, events (movies, concerts, festivals...), cafes, dining, shopping, traveling and enjoy in daily life.
• Care: After taking off your Yukata, Obi, Himo strings leave them on a kimono hanger for a day.


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