Characteristic of this Japanese men's yukata kimono robe:
- 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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A high-grade kimono with a light, flexible and also soft 100% cotton material to allow your skin breathe and maintain you cool.
Are you a large follower of Japan? Are you seeking a comfy garment to wear in the house or at a special event?
This typical garment, the light and loosened up version of the kimono, is excellent for feeling comfortable at home. Its cotton textile is soft, light and lets your skin breathe to maintain you cool when you get out of the bathroom or on warm summer season days.
The Japanese kimono is a standard Japanese garment as well as the nationwide dress of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped covered garment with square sleeves and also a rectangle-shaped body, as well as is used with the left side rolled up to the ideal side, unless the user is deceased. The kimono is traditionally used with an obi as well as is normally put on with devices such as zori sandals and tabi socks.
This Japanese kimono for guys fits to use, both as an interior garment as an outside clothing for an unique celebration.
In the modern-day age, the primary distinctions between guys's kimonos remain in the fabric. The normal men's kimono is a dark, restrained color; black, dark blues, greens as well as browns prevail. The materials are normally matt. Some have a refined pattern and also distinctive textiles prevail in more laid-back kimonos. An even more laid-back kimono can be made in a little brighter shades, such as lighter environment-friendlies, blues, and purples. Sumo wrestlers are sometimes recognized to use fairly brilliant shades such as fuchsia.
Lightweight, loosened and comfy, the yukata for males most definitely has it all. With its flexible obi belt, this garment is adaptable to all physique to ensure you optimal convenience.
This Japanese yukata for guys is light and its 100% cotton product makes it a very pleasurable Japanese garment to wear as a nightwear.
The yukata kimono for males is the supreme inside garment. Made from 95% cotton, this yukata is light, supple as well as leaves a soft feel on the skin. Whether you leave the shower or on hot days, the material has strong absorbency to keep you cool down all day.
The people who use the kimono most often in Japanese society are older males and females - who might have matured using it, although less regularly than previous generations - geisha and also maiko (that are kept in the wear as part of their career), and also sumo wrestlers, who should put on a kimono at all times in public.
There is absolutely nothing even more comfortable than a Japanese kimono. This light and loosened garment fits completely to your body size and also holds in location thanks to a broad belt, the obi.
Despite the reduced number of people that commonly put on the garment as well as the kimono's track record as an uncomfortable piece of apparel, the kimono has actually seen several occasions in previous decades as well as is still worn today as a classy garment in Japan.
Unlike ladies's kimono, men's kimono attire are much easier, usually including five items, not consisting of shoes.
To remain at residence or kick back in your yard in summer, it is high time to take inspiration from Japanese society to adopt a yukata!
Kimonos are typically made from screws of fabric called tanmono, which are woven in a slim size as well as a long length. The width of the tanmono varies for females as well as males, and also there are many kinds of kimono for guys, children and also females. The type of kimono put on can likewise differ depending upon the age of the wearer, the formality of the occasion as well as - less often - the marital standing of the user. Although kimonos are typically just worn for formal occasions nowadays, kimono can be used at events of all formalities.
Male's kimono sleeves are affixed to the body of the kimono with no greater than a couple of inches unattached near the bottom, unlike the feminine style of very deep sleeves, the majority of which is not attached to the body of the kimono. Men's sleeves are shallower than females's kimono sleeves to fit the obi around the waist below, while on a woman's kimono the lengthy, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without preventing.
In modern Japan, the kimono is rarely worn as an everyday dress and also has gradually fallen into disuse as one of the most usual garment that the Japanese very own and wear. The kimono is currently usually seen at summer events, where individuals frequently put on the yukata, the most casual type of kimono. Nevertheless, the kimono is additionally used at funerals, weddings, and also other formal occasions.
The kimono is long, light, with broad sleeves and also the textile leaves a soft feeling on the skin. The obi belt is very easy to place on with a Velcro securing system to be able to use this Japanese garment on a daily basis.