If you love kimono, you may have more kimono and need space to keep them. Basically, the best way is to keep in Tatoshi, a kimono wrapping paper. However, you will find that it is little inconvenient to repeat open up, and wear a kimono, and fold and put it back in … More Saori’s Room : How to keep Kimono&Obi at home
Original Sept.7 2015: ワンピース感覚で着られる！お誂えデビューには可愛いチェックの着物【伊勢木綿】がおすすめ！ Article provided by Omomuki Tsushin(趣通信) Omomuki Tsushin is a media with the concept of “Touch” and “to widen the circle of Japanese-style”. Introducing information about kimonos, Japanese tea, food, goods and various attractions in Japan. You will find lots of opportunities to “touch” the Japanese-style ( WA 和) … More Ise-momen Kimono, Just like an everyday dress!
Oshima Tsumugi Photo Reference:Pinterest.com Ori kimono (woven kimono) is often worn casually. You can wear it without hesitation as a stylish everyday garment. You can also wear it on semi-formal occasions such as attending cultural lessons or casual parties if you coordinate the design using obi and accessories. Among Ori … More Ori no kimono (Woven Kimono)
Kimono is divided into two types depending on when the silk yarn of kimono is dyed: Some and Ori. “Some” means dyeing: the yarn is dyed after it is woven into a kimono. “Ori” means weave: the yarn is dyed before it is woven. Each kimono has different characteristics and quality and both … More The Difference between Some Kimono and Ori Kimono
Today, people wear a kimono mainly on formal occasions. They are required to wear them appropriately based on the time of year, place and occasion. Therefore, even most Japanese think it is difficult to know how to wear a kimono appropriately. However, sewing and dressing a kimono are actually very simple because it is originally … More The efficiency of woman-friendly kimonos
One of the key points when wearing kimono is to show the neckline by pulling down the back of the kimono. This process is called “Emon wo nuku” in Japanese. If you look at someone wearing kimono from the side or behind, you can see the back of the neck with its collar … More Unexpected reason of “Emon” of Kimono
For women’s kimono, kitake (dress length) is generally adjusted by folding the cloth at the waist, this is because mitake (length of clothing) is longer than kitake, unlike Western clothing. The folding part of the cloths is called “Ohashori”. The history of Ohashori started around 150 years ago during the Meiji Era. … More The Role of Ohashori of Kimono