Characteristic of this Man japanese kimono:
- 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-quality kimono with a light, supple and soft 100% cotton fabric to let your skin take a breath as well as maintain you cool down.
Are you a large fan of Japan? Are you seeking a comfortable garment to use at home or at a special occasion?
Lightweight, comfortable as well as loosened, the yukata for guys absolutely has all of it. With its adjustable obi belt, this garment is adaptable to all physique to assure you optimal convenience.
The kimono is long, light, with vast sleeves and the material leaves a soft feeling on the skin. The obi belt is very easy to place on with a Velcro attaching system to be able to wear this Japanese garment every day.
The kind of kimono used can likewise differ depending on the age of the user, the rule of the occasion and - much less frequently - the marriage condition of the user. Kimonos are normally only put on for official occasions these days, kimono can be put on at events of all procedures.
In spite of the low number of individuals who frequently use the kimono and also the garment's reputation as an uncomfortable piece of garments, the kimono has seen several celebrations in previous decades and is still used today as a stylish garment in Japan.
The yukata kimono for guys is the best interior garment. Made from 95% cotton, this yukata is light, supple as well as leaves a soft feeling on the skin. Whether you leave the shower or on warm days, the fabric has strong absorbency to keep you cool down all the time.
This Japanese yukata for men is light and its 100% cotton material makes it an extremely pleasant Japanese garment to put on as a nightwear.
In the contemporary age, the main differences between men's kimonos remain in the textile. The normal guys's kimono is a dark, suppressed shade; black, dark blues, greens and also browns are common. The fabrics are usually matt. Some have a subtle pattern as well as textured fabrics prevail in even more laid-back kimonos. An even more laid-back kimono can be made in somewhat brighter colors, such as lighter environment-friendlies, purples, and blues. Sumo wrestlers are sometimes recognized to put on rather bright shades such as fuchsia.
Unlike ladies's kimono, men's kimono clothing are much less complex, generally including five pieces, not including footwear.
In modern Japan, the kimono is seldom used as a day-to-day gown as well as has progressively fallen under disuse as one of the most typical garment that the Japanese own and also wear. The kimono is currently usually seen at summer season events, where people frequently wear the yukata, one of the most casual sort of kimono. However, the kimono is additionally used at funeral services, weddings, and various other formal events.
There is nothing even more comfy than a Japanese kimono. This light and loosened garment fits perfectly to your body dimension and holds in place thanks to a large belt, the obi.
This Japanese kimono for guys fits to put on, both as an indoor garment as an outside outfit for a special event.
To stay at home or kick back in your garden in summer, it is high time to take ideas from Japanese culture to embrace a yukata!
This conventional garment, the light and unwinded variation of the kimono, is excellent for feeling comfy in the house. Its cotton textile is soft, light as well as lets your skin take a breath to maintain you cool down when you leave the bath or on hot summer season days.
Individuals who put on the kimono most regularly in Japanese culture are older ladies and men - that may have grown up using it, although less often than previous generations - geisha and also maiko (who are held in the wear as part of their profession), and also sumo wrestlers, who should wear a kimono at all times in public.
The Japanese kimono is a conventional Japanese garment and also the national outfit of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped wrapped garment with square sleeves and 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 generally worn with an obi and also is normally put on with devices such as zori sandals as well as tabi socks.
Men's kimono sleeves are affixed to the body of the kimono without more than a few inches unattached at the bottom, unlike the womanly design of really deep sleeves, a lot of which is not connected to the body of the kimono. Men's sleeves are shallower than ladies's kimono sleeves to fit the obi around the waist below, while on a lady's kimono the long, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without preventing.