This gray obijime is in the style of a decorative flat braid Obijime are worn atop of nagoya, fukuro, and maru obi and are typically a woman's kimono accessory. Obijime are tied in a wide variety of styles, and there are many guides online for various styles. This kind of obi is considered mofuku, and is attire worn only for mourning.
- Obijime Condition: B+, some very small minor snags.
- Obijime Total Length: 63 in - 160.02 cm
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