Kimono

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Tagged under Traditional Japanese Clothes, Japanese Terms, Apparel.

Traditional T-shaped Japanese robe. Kimono are wrapped around the body and secured by an ornate sash (obi), which is tied at the back. This may also be furthered secured by the Obijime, a narrow ribbon or cord worn around women's obi. Kimono are generally worn with traditional sandal footwear geta and split-toe socks (tabi).

Kimono may also be worn by men, but mostly for formal occasions, such as New Year, weddings, or in the case of Sumo wrestlers, whenever they appear in public.

The kimono is more formal/ornate than the yukata.

See also: Flowers (Shape), Kanzashi, Patterns.

Description by: fireflywishes

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