This lovely vintage off blue kimono features an overall pattern that includes tiles, botanical elements, and printed shibori. This kind of Japanese kimono is considered women's attire, and is typically worn with a nagoya obi atop it, and a juban under the kimono.

 

  • Kimono Condition: B+, this kimono has some minor flaws in the form of some faint discolorations. The lining of this kimono has some discolorations.
  • Wrist To Wrist: 48.5 in - 124 cm
  • Back Width: 23 in - 59 cm
  • Back Length: 58.5 in - 149 cm
  • Lined: Yes
  • Kimono Collar: Half

 

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Multicolor Kimono

$30.00Price
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    Are you new to wearing Japanese kimono and need a quick reference guide on what you should buy? Wearing kimono is considered an artform in Japan, known as kitsuke. Kimono require a few accessories to be worn traditionally. This is a quick basic guide tailored to people new to kitsuke, and wearing kimono. An easy rule with kimono is that the more formal the Japanese kimono is, the more accessories are needed to wear it in a culturally respectful traditional way.

     

    • Kimono Kitsuke Accessory List (feminine):
      • 1 juban (kimono underwear)
      • 2 eri shin (collar stiffeners)
      • 1 obi ita (obi stiffener)
      • 1 obi with its cordinating accessories (hanhaba/nagoya/fukuro/maru).
      • Optional accessories include haori, and hakama.

     

    • Kimono Kitsuke Accessory List (masculine): 
      • 1 Koshihimo
      • 1 Juban
      • 1 Obi
      • Optional accessories include: netsuke, inro, hakama, and haori.

     

     

    We encourage our customers to explore our growing online Japanese kimono store and refer to sections like our book review page to further education themselves about authentic traditional Japanese kimono.