Traditional japanese kimono for men


Characteristic of this Traditional japanese kimono for men:

  • Material: cotton and linen blend
  • 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.
  • Japanese kimono consisting of a top, a skirt and a jacket
  • To choose your size, please refer to the tables below.
Size S High Jacket Skirt
Length (inches) 19,7 27,6 35,4
Bust (inches) 43,3 44,1 -
Shoulder width (inches) 22,0 23,6 -
Sleeve length (cm) - 12,6 -
Waist circumference (inches) - - 28,3- 44,9


Size M High Jacket Skirt
Length (inches) 23,6 31,5 39,4
Bust (inches) 44,9 44,9 -
Shoulder width (inches) 22,8 24,4 -
Sleeve length (inches) - 13,4 -
Waist circumference (inches) - - 29,1- 44,9


Size L High Jacket Skirt
Length (inches) 27,6 35,4 43,3
Bust (inches) 47,2 51,2 -
Shoulder width (inches) 25,6 25,6 -
Sleeve length (inches) - 14,2 -
Waist circumference (inches) - - 31,5- 50,4

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Adopt a classy and comfortable standard Japanese outfit with this Japanese kimono for men. Its light and also comfortable textile makes it really comfy to wear.

In summertime, out of the shower or simply as an interior piece of clothing, this Japanese kimono for men actually has all of it. Its 100% cotton material is soft, absorptive and light, maintaining you cool down all day long.

This traditional Kimono is suitable for showering or for the residence as an interior garment. Its 100% cotton fabric is soft and comfortable to put on, it is breathable and takes in excess body moisture to maintain you cool all day.

In the modern-day age, the primary distinctions between guys's kimonos are in the textile. The common males's kimono is a dark, suppressed color; black, dark blues, browns and also environment-friendlies are usual. Some have a subtle pattern and also textured materials are common in even more informal kimonos.

The kimono adapts to all type of body and the obi belt is adjustable and very easy to place on thanks to a velcro system.

The people who wear the kimono most often in Japanese culture are older men and women - who may have matured using it, although much less often than previous generations - geisha as well as maiko (who are kept in the wear as part of their profession), as well as sumo wrestlers, that must use a kimono at all times in public.

When you leave the bathroom, at home or throughout a festival in summer season, the textile of this kimono provides you unparalleled convenience.

This kimono is perfect to refine as well as extend the shape.

Make sure a complete as well as quality Japanese summer clothing with this Japanese kimono for men as well as its numerous devices. The Kimono textile is ideal as well as light for letting your skin take a breath also in hot weather.

Its cotton fabric is light, adaptable and also very soft on the skin. With its flexible obi belt, this loosened garment is perfect to adapt to all physique and also ensure terrific comfort.

A journey to Japan intended? Make certain you have the full Japanese outfit in your luggage and prepare to participate in a fireworks event or various other popular events that happen every summer in Japan.

In modern-day Japan, the kimono is seldom put on as a daily outfit as well as has gradually fallen into disuse as the most typical garment that the Japanese own as well as wear. The kimono is now usually seen at summer season events, where people regularly put on the yukata, one of the most informal type of kimono. The kimono is additionally worn at funerals, weddings, as well as other official events.

For a main event, a trip to Japan, a Cosplay occasion, this Japanese kimono for guys is perfect for adopting standard Japanese outfit. Light-weight and also comfortable, it is a really comfy garment to use.

The Japanese kimono is a typical Japanese garment and the national outfit of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped covered garment with square sleeves as well as a rectangular body, and is worn with the left side rolled up to the appropriate side, unless the wearer is deceased. The kimono is typically worn with an obi as well as is typically worn with accessories such as zori sandals and tabi socks.

Unlike ladies's kimono, men's kimono attire are much easier, generally consisting of 5 pieces, not including shoes.

The kind of kimono worn can also differ depending on the age of the user, the procedure of the event as well as - less often - the marriage standing of the wearer. Kimonos are generally just worn for formal events these days, kimono can be put on at occasions of all procedures.

Guy's kimono sleeves are attached to the body of the kimono with no greater than a few inches unattached at the bottom, unlike the feminine design of very deep sleeves, the majority of which is not connected to the body of the kimono. Guy's sleeves are shallower than females's kimono sleeves to suit the obi around the midsection below, while on a female's kimono the long, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without hindering.

Regardless of the low variety of individuals that frequently use the garment and the kimono's reputation as an uneasy piece of apparel, the kimono has seen a number of celebrations in previous years as well as is still worn today as a stylish garment in Japan.