The classic Kimono and obi
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This is a kasuri-dyed Meisen kimono, it is rather casual and short. For taller wearers, we recommend wearing without an ohashori fold or short with western accessories. Here we have paired it with cotton nagoya obi with a gorgeous dyed print and solid red ‘tare.’ Despite being a single layer through most of the length, this obi is quite stiff …
A synthetic odori (dance) furisode with fan and kumihimo pattern. It has a red date-eri sewn into the collar and false “juban” sleeves that are very helpful for dressing for performances. The size is generous and could be worn by many people. This obi is a fukuro obi that you might ordinarily wear with a formal kimono.
Length: 162 cm
Wingspan: 140 …
A very striking and unusual Odori kimono, for traditional Japanese dance. It has an umbrella and calligraphy pattern. Even though it is synthetic, the material is quite light and would be more comfortable than many modern Odori kimono. The Obi is a stunning piece–the material is fine and soft which makes it nice to tie. The kimono does have some …
This plum-purple iromuji (single color kimono) has an interesting, hidden detail–a striped pattern on the lining that, when worn, is visible from certain angles so looks used for Japanese dance. Because it is just a single color, the possibilities for coordination are endless! We paired it here with a colorful, floral Nagoya obi with metallic gold outlines. The obi is …