Japanese kimono yukata


Characteristic of this Japanese kimono yukata:

  • Material: Polyester, Cotton 
  • Cold water wash to preserve the fabric
  • Light material for optimal comfort
  • Comfortable Japanese kimono
  • Beware, bear in mind to fold up the left side of the kimono over the right side! In Japanese society, the reverse is made for the deceased
  • 3/4 wide sleeves
  • Kimono length: 140 cm / 55,12 inches
  • One size: suitable for men between 1m60 and 1m85 and up to 110 kg.
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In contemporary Japan, the kimono is rarely worn as an everyday dress and has slowly come under disuse as the most typical garment that the Japanese very own as well as wear. The kimono is currently frequently seen at summer celebrations, where individuals regularly use the yukata, one of the most casual kind of kimono. Nonetheless, the kimono is also used at funerals, wedding events, as well as various other formal events.

Unlike women's kimono, men's kimono clothing are much easier, usually consisting of five pieces, not consisting of footwear.

The design of the print brings a modern touch to this conventional Japanese garment to make it a kimono popular with Westerners.

The Japanese yukata for men is the suitable garment to put on in your home. Its cotton textile is light, absorbing as well as versatile; her sleeves are broad and also flowing; the obi belt is adjustable and is conveniently affixed using velcro

With this Japanese kimono yukata for guys, you will really feel the soul of a real samurai. Its material is very comfy and also light to wear.

The yukata kimono is the much less formal variation of the Japanese kimono, it is a casual garment consisting of a solitary layer.

In the modern age, the primary distinctions between men's kimonos are in the fabric. The regular males's kimono is a dark, restrained shade; black, dark blues, browns and greens are common. The materials are normally matt. Some have a refined pattern as well as distinctive materials are common in even more casual kimonos. An even more laid-back kimono can be made in somewhat brighter shades, such as lighter greens, purples, and blues. Sumo wrestlers are sometimes known to put on quite bright shades such as fuchsia.

Once you have actually embraced this yukata for men as an indoor garment, you will certainly not have the ability to do without it since it is light, comfy and pleasurable to wear.

The people that use the kimono most regularly in Japanese society are older females as well as guys - that might have matured wearing it, although much less frequently than previous generations - geisha and maiko (that are held in the wear as part of their career), and also sumo wrestlers, that have to wear a kimono in all times in public.

On hot summer days, you will value wearing this guys's yukata, a laid-back summer kimono, light and really comfortable to wear. Its cotton material is slim sufficient to allow your skin take a breath and also evaporate body dampness, so you stay completely dry as well as cool throughout the day.

The Japanese kimono is a typical Japanese garment and also the nationwide dress of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped covered garment with square sleeves as well as a rectangle-shaped body, and also is put on with the left side rolled up to the ideal side, unless the user is deceased. The kimono is commonly put on with an obi and also is typically put on with devices such as zori sandals and also tabi socks.

Using a Japanese kimono for guys is the best way to incorporate convenience and style in one garment. Whether you use it as an indoor attire or going out for an unique celebration, this kimono will certainly not let down.

You will like its cotton as well as linen material, all-natural as well as eco-friendly. This Japanese kimono is really comfy to wear.

In spite of the reduced number of people who frequently put on the kimono and also the garment's reputation as an awkward piece of apparel, the kimono has seen a number of celebrations in previous decades and is still worn today as a classy garment in Japan.

The yukata kimono is a loosened Japanese garment, light as well as extremely comfortable to wear. The Japanese usually use it after bathing or at festivals in summer. Made up of 95% cotton, this Japanese yukata guarantees premium quality as well as maximum comfort.

Men's kimono sleeves are affixed to the body of the kimono with no more than a few inches unattached at the bottom, unlike the feminine style of really deep sleeves, a lot of which is not connected to the body of the kimono. Male's sleeves are shallower than females's kimono sleeves to fit the obi around the waist listed below, while on a woman's kimono the lengthy, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without hindering.

The type of kimono used can also vary depending on the age of the user, the procedure of the celebration and - much less frequently - the marriage standing of the user. Kimonos are typically just worn for official occasions these days, kimono can be worn at occasions of all rules.