Characteristic of this Male grey japanese kimono with pattern:
- 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 kimono sleeves
- Lightweight, soft and comfortable to wear fabric
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This kimono is available in two sizes:
- Size M: for men whose height is less than or equal to 1m75 / 68,9 inches
- Size L: for men whose height is over 1m75 / 68,9 inches
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A high-grade kimono with a light, soft as well as flexible 100% cotton textile to let your skin breathe as well as maintain you cool.
Are you a huge follower of Japan? Are you trying to find a comfy garment to wear at home or at an unique event?
Kimonos are commonly made from screws of textile called tanmono, which are woven in a lengthy length and also a narrow width. The width of the tanmono varies for males and females, as well as there are many sorts of kimono for men, youngsters as well as women. The type of kimono put on can additionally differ depending on the age of the user, the formality of the event as well as - much less regularly - the marital status of the user. Although kimonos are generally only put on for formal occasions these days, kimono can be used at occasions of all formalities.
In spite of the low variety of individuals that commonly use the kimono and the garment's track record as an uncomfortable piece of clothes, the kimono has actually seen a number of events in previous years as well as is still worn today as a stylish garment in Japan.
In the contemporary age, the main differences in between males's kimonos remain in the textile. The typical guys's kimono is a dark, subdued shade; black, dark blues, browns as well as greens are common. The fabrics are usually matt. Some have a refined pattern and also distinctive materials prevail in even more laid-back kimonos. A more laid-back kimono can be made in slightly brighter colors, such as lighter eco-friendlies, purples, and blues. Sumo wrestlers are sometimes understood to wear fairly bright shades such as fuchsia.
The yukata kimono for men is the best interior garment. Made from 95% cotton, this yukata is light, flexible as well as leaves a soft feel on the skin. Whether you get out of the shower or on hot days, the textile has solid absorbency to maintain you cool down all the time.
This typical garment, the light and also kicked back variation of the kimono, is excellent for feeling comfortable at home. Its cotton fabric is soft, light and allows your skin take a breath to keep you cool down when you leave the bathroom or on hot summer season days.
Unlike ladies's kimono, men's kimono clothing are much simpler, usually including five items, not consisting of shoes.
To stay at home or unwind in your garden in summertime, it is due time to take inspiration from Japanese culture to adopt a yukata!
The Japanese kimono is a conventional Japanese garment as well as the nationwide gown of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped covered garment with square sleeves as well as a rectangle-shaped body, and is worn 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 usually worn with accessories such as zori sandals as well as tabi socks.
There is absolutely nothing even more comfy than a Japanese kimono. This light and also loose garment fits flawlessly to your body size and holds in place thanks to a large belt, the obi.
This Japanese yukata for males is light and also its 100% cotton product makes it a really pleasant Japanese garment to use as a nightwear.
In contemporary Japan, the kimono is seldom used as a daily dress as well as has actually slowly fallen under disuse as the most common garment that the Japanese very own and wear. The kimono is currently usually seen at summer season festivals, where people often wear the yukata, one of the most casual type of kimono. The kimono is also worn at funeral services, weddings, and other official occasions.
This Japanese kimono for men fits to wear, both as an indoor garment as an exterior clothing for a special event.
Men's kimono sleeves are connected to the body of the kimono without greater than a couple of inches unattached near the bottom, unlike the womanly style of very deep sleeves, a lot of which is not affixed to the body of the kimono. Men's sleeves are shallower than ladies's kimono sleeves to fit the obi around the waist listed below, while on a female's kimono the long, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without preventing.
Lightweight, loose as well as comfy, the yukata for guys definitely has all of it. With its adjustable obi belt, this garment is versatile to all type of body to guarantee you optimal comfort.
The people that wear the kimono most regularly in Japanese society are older males and females - who might have grown up wearing it, although less regularly than previous generations - geisha as well as maiko (who are held in the wear as part of their occupation), as well as sumo wrestlers, who need to put on a kimono at all times in public.
The kimono is long, light, with wide sleeves and the material leaves a soft feel on the skin. The obi belt is easy to put on with a Velcro fastening system to be able to use this Japanese garment every day.