Pink japanese kimono


Characteristic of this Pink 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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On warm summer season days, you will appreciate using this guys's yukata, a laid-back summer kimono, light as well as extremely comfy to put on. Its cotton material is thin sufficient to let your skin evaporate as well as take a breath body dampness, so you remain trendy and completely dry all day.

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 rectangular body, as well as is worn with the left side rolled up to the right side, unless the user is deceased. The kimono is commonly worn with an obi as well as is generally put on with devices such as zori sandals as well as tabi socks.

Unlike women's kimono, males's kimono attire are much easier, generally consisting of 5 pieces, not consisting of shoes.

The type of kimono worn can also differ depending on the age of the wearer, the procedure of the occasion and also - less regularly - the marital condition of the user. Kimonos are generally just worn for official occasions these days, kimono can be worn at occasions of all formalities.

The Japanese yukata for males is the ideal garment to use at home. Its cotton fabric is light, absorptive as well as versatile; her sleeves are broad and flowing; the obi belt is flexible and is quickly attached utilizing velcro.

Once you have embraced this yukata for males as an indoor garment, you will not be able to do without it because it is light, comfortable and pleasant to put on.

The yukata kimono is a loosened Japanese garment, light as well as extremely comfy to wear. The Japanese generally use it after bathing or at celebrations in summer. Composed of 95% cotton, this Japanese yukata makes certain excellent quality and maximum comfort.

In modern-day Japan, the kimono is hardly ever put on as a daily dress and has actually gradually fallen into disuse as one of the most common garment that the Japanese own and also wear. The kimono is now usually seen at summer season festivals, where people often wear the yukata, one of the most casual kind of kimono. Nevertheless, the kimono is likewise used at funerals, wedding celebrations, and also various other official occasions.

Whether for an occasion or to be comfy in the house, this kimono is very comfy to wear with its soft material and also vast sleeves.

You will like its cotton and also linen material, ecologically pleasant as well as all-natural. This Japanese kimono is extremely comfortable to wear.

In spite of the low number of people that typically put on the kimono as well as the garment's online reputation as an uneasy item of clothes, the kimono has actually seen a number of celebrations in previous years as well as is still used today as a classy garment in Japan.

With this Pink japanese kimono for men, you will certainly really feel the spirit of a genuine samurai. Its fabric is really comfy and also light to use.

Wearing a Japanese kimono for males is the most effective method to combine convenience and style in one garment. Whether you use it as an interior outfit or pursuing a special celebration, this kimono will certainly not let down.

Men's kimono sleeves are connected to the body of the kimono without more than a couple of inches unattached near the bottom, unlike the feminine design of really deep sleeves, a lot 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 waistline listed below, while on a female's kimono the long, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without impeding.

In the modern-day age, the primary distinctions in between males's kimonos are in the material. The regular males's kimono is a dark, controlled shade; black, dark blues, greens and browns are common. Some have a subtle pattern and distinctive textiles are typical in more laid-back kimonos.

The layout of the print brings a modern-day touch to this typical Japanese garment to make it a kimono incredibly popular with Westerners.

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

The people who wear the kimono most regularly in Japanese society are older males and females - that might have matured using it, although less regularly than previous generations - geisha as well as maiko (who are kept in the wear as part of their profession), and also sumo wrestlers, who have to wear a kimono whatsoever times in public.