Long strands of white barbed wire run through this otherwise dark blue Japanese kimono. This type of kimono is considered a yukata for men, and is casual attire most commonly worn in warmer weather. Typically a heko or kaku obi is worn with yukata. Yukata are considered informal, and are ideal for wearing to festivals, and convnetions. These types of Japanese kimono are also popular among people who are new to wearing kimono because they are simple to wear.
- Yukata Condition: A, brand new with tags.
- Wrist To Wrist: 53 in - 134.62 cm
- Back Width: 25 in - 127 cm
- Total Length: 56 in - 142.24 cm
Did you know that traditional Japanese kimono come in different styles that reflect formality and gender?