Did you know that there are many types of kimono depending on the purpose and age of the person wearing it?
Here, we introduce three typical types.
Miss’s dress is five dyed crested Furisode(100 – 120 cm). However, because it is expensive, it is replacing the “Naka(medium) furisode (sleeve length 95 – 100 cm)” with no crests.
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Wedding costumes that color brides can be chosen from Shiromuku (white dress),Iro-uchikake (color kimono), and Hiki-Furisode (long sleeves kimono).
High-cost costumes are Shiromuku and Iro-uchikake.
Shiromuku is a wedding ceremony, and many brides are Iro-Uchikake by sharpening.
Shiromukuis synonymous with Japanese marriage, Iro-Uchikake is gorgeous and elegant.
The Hiki-Furisode is characterized by the easiest movement among them.
The kimono of the bridal costume is ‘combination of 3 pieces of Furisode stacks’ or ‘Uchikake and underwear which layered two pieces.’ either. Here, I introduce a case of the use of ‘Uchikake’.
As for the outer material of the Uchikake shiromon-rinzu-silk and Chinese fabric, Nishikiori are employed.
When making the fabric backing white according to the outer material, or it’s sometimes made habutae silk with vermilion and red.
Hakama is one of the traditional clothing to wear to the bottom.
Contemporary Hakama is a costume in a special occasion such as a local festival, regular clothing in formal occasions such as ceremonial occasions and adult ceremonies, uniforms and clothes in a specific occupation, practice wear and work clothes in Japanese culture activities, private clothes You can wear such as.
Since modern times there has been a style improved to suit the application purpose from the impact of clothing and development of industry and the traditional style and both are worn.
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