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Kimono Index [O]

Kimono dictionary

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Ogara

Regarding medium patterns / small patterns, it means large patterns. In dyeing, it often refers to a flashy pattern.

Okumi

It is a half-width cloth attached to the end of the left and right front body, which is convenient for combining in front of Kimono.

Otoshi haku

Foil processing with irregular small edges of gilt silver foil. It also refers to techniques.

Obiage

It is a small item for raising a girl on her back and improving her shape. Cloth to keep the knot etc. from going down when making a drum tie or a down tie.
It is soft with a thin fabric, and it is preferable to be fastened.

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Obijime

Hold the knot of the female belt and use the string to fix the obi .

Omeshi

Abbreviation for “Omeshi Chirimen”. It refers to a high-grade pre-dyeing scale. It is said that this name is because the 13th generation Tokugawa shogunate wearing favorite.
There are many kinds depending on thread quality · weaving pattern · pattern · production area etc.