Yukata japanese kimono men


Characteristic of this Yukata japanese kimono men:

  • Material: 95% cotton and 5% polyester
  • 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
  • Yukata length: 140cm / 55,12 inches
  • One size: suitable for men between 1m60 and 1m85  and up to 110 kg.

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A premium kimono with a light, soft and also flexible 100% cotton textile to allow your skin take a breath as well as maintain you cool.

Are you a huge fan of Japan? Are you looking for a comfortable garment to use in the house or at a special event?

In the modern age, the primary differences between men's kimonos are in the textile. The common males's kimono is a dark, restrained color; black, dark blues, eco-friendlies and browns are common. The textiles are usually matt. Some have a refined pattern and also textured textiles are common in even more casual kimonos. An even more laid-back kimono can be made in somewhat brighter shades, such as lighter blues, greens, and purples. Sumo wrestlers are occasionally understood to wear quite bright colors such as fuchsia.

This Japanese kimono for males fits to use, both as an indoor garment as an outside clothing for an unique event.

To stay at house or loosen up in your garden in summertime, it is high time to take motivation from Japanese society to embrace a yukata!

There is nothing even more comfortable than a Japanese kimono. This loosened as well as light garment fits completely to your body size as well as keeps in location thanks to a broad belt, the obi.

In modern Japan, the kimono is seldom used as an everyday gown as well as has actually progressively fallen under disuse as one of the most typical garment that the Japanese own and wear. The kimono is currently frequently seen at summer season celebrations, where people regularly put on the yukata, one of the most casual type of kimono. The kimono is also put on at funeral services, weddings, as well as other formal events.

The Japanese kimono is a conventional Japanese garment and also the nationwide outfit of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped covered garment with square sleeves and also a rectangle-shaped body, and also is used with the left side rolled up to the ideal side, unless the wearer is deceased. The kimono is traditionally put on with an obi as well as is usually worn with devices such as zori sandals and also tabi socks.

Light-weight, loose as well as comfy, the yukata for guys certainly has everything. With its flexible obi belt, this garment is versatile to all body types to guarantee you optimal convenience.

Individuals who wear the kimono most regularly in Japanese society are older males and females - that might have grown up using it, although much less often than previous generations - geisha and also maiko (that are kept in the wear as part of their profession), and also sumo wrestlers, that have to put on a kimono in any way times in public.

The yukata kimono for males is the utmost interior garment. Made from 95% cotton, this yukata is light, flexible and leaves a soft feel on the skin. Whether you get out of the shower or on warm days, the fabric has strong absorbency to keep you cool all day.

This standard garment, the light and relaxed version of the kimono, is excellent for feeling comfy in your home. Its cotton textile is soft, light as well as allows your skin breathe to maintain you cool down when you leave the bathroom or on hot summer season days.

Unlike women's kimono, men's kimono attire are much less complex, typically including 5 items, not including shoes.

This Japanese yukata for males is light and also its 100% cotton material makes it an extremely positive Japanese garment to put on as a nightwear.

The kimono is long, light, with vast sleeves as well as the fabric leaves a soft feel on the skin. The obi belt is simple to put on with a Velcro attaching system to be able to wear this Japanese garment daily.

Despite the reduced variety of people who frequently put on the garment and also the kimono's online reputation as an unpleasant piece of clothes, the kimono has seen a number of celebrations in previous decades and is still used today as a classy garment in Japan.

Men's kimono sleeves are affixed to the body of the kimono without any greater than a few inches unattached near the bottom, unlike the feminine style of really deep sleeves, a lot of which is not attached to the body of the kimono. Guy's sleeves are shallower than females's kimono sleeves to fit the obi around the waistline below, while on a lady's kimono the long, unattached cuff can hang over the obi without hindering.

The type of kimono worn can likewise differ depending on the age of the user, the rule of the event and - much less frequently - the marriage standing of the wearer. Kimonos are usually just put on for formal occasions these days, kimono can be used at events of all procedures.