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Omeshi

Omeshi(c)shimaiya
Omeshi
KimonoSocial clothes
OmeshiSocial clothes

Omeshi

The kimono called “Omeshi” was offered to the Ieiari of the 11th generation in the Edo period and became a reimbursement, so it came to be called in the meaning of the general of the general.

◆Kind of Omeshi
Shima Omeshi: A warp with two or more colors weaving out stripes.
Mon Omeshi: Basically one color, woven fabrics woven out
Nuitori Omeshi: Something like a patterned portion weaved like embroidery with gold silver thread or color thread.
Sasame Omeshi: A woven pattern with saspension thread.
Fuutsu Omeshi: This is a special woven double structure
Plain Omeshi: a plain weave patterned weave etc. can also wear a rough dress

◆Obi
Dyed Nagoya Obi, Fukuro Nagoya Obi
Depending on the color pattern of the belt, it becomes a high-grade clothing with a bag band