Yukata Kumadori

¥12,400
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Yukata Kumadori

The following items are included:

  • Yukata Kumadori with waist cord
Obi, Setta, and Kinchaku are not included.

    Size
    Please read the following information carefully to choose the best size for you.
    For detail, please check Size chart.

    • Men Medium
      • For about 165-170 cm tall
      • Waist size is up to 105 cm
        ※ If the waist size is more than 105cm, you cannot tighten the band (Keiso Obi)
      • Chest size is up to about 120 cm
    • Men Large
      • About 170-180cm tall is suitable. Up to about 185cm is OK.
      • Waist size is up to 105 cm
        ※ If the waist size is more than 105cm, you cannot tighten the band (Keiso Obi)
      • Chest size is up to about 120 cm
    • One size (Women)
      • For about 150-180 cm tall
        ※ Yukata for women is worn with the middle part folded, so the adjustment range for width of the length is large.
      • For waist size, up to 105 cm is OK.
        ※ If the waist size is more than 105cm, you cannot tighten the band (obi).
      • Chest size is up to about 120 cm

    Item description

    Yukata

    Yukata was originally said that it was a unlined kimono worn by a noble lady when she bathes. Then it was widespread when people started wearing colorful Yukata when they joined bon-odori (Japanese traditional dancing) events which became popular in the beginning of edo era.
    Because of this comfortable style, it became popular as a "casual kimono" and even now it is used as indoor wear at Japanese-Inn of Onsen (hot spring).
    In modern times when Japanese people became to wear a western style clothing, there are many people who dress up with Yukata to go to summer festival, bon-dancing or fireworks festival. In addition, it's easier to wear Yukata than regular kimono, so it started to catch attention of young generations again. 

    Yukata Kumadori

    Yukata which embellished "Kumadori" which is a makeup method of Japanese traditional theater art called Kabuki. Among different colors, red Kumadori symbolizes the expression of "justice" and "courage" and it is said to have a motif which symbolizes "Zen."

    • Cotton 100%

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