At first glance, this traditional Japanese kimono for a woman evokes a sort of shark skin feeling with its design. Upon closer inspection, the kimono is covered in delicate little sakura petals that are colored a soft green. Lined kimono are most commonly worn during cooler weather, with a juban worn under them. A nagoya obi is commonly the kind of obi paired with this type of traditional casual kimono.
- Kimono Condition: B, there is some very faint discolorations along the collar where it is folded in half and worn against the neck.
- Wrist To Wrist: 49.5 in - 125.73 cm
- Back: 23.5 in - 59.69 cm
- Length: 63.5 in - 161.29 cm
- Liner: Full
- Collar: Full
Did you know that the obi does not hold the kimono on? Kimono are held on to the human body using a variety of accessories, the most common of those accessories are known as koshihimo. Without koshihimo, most authentic Japanese kimono can not be worn in a traditional manner.