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Kimonos and Yukata. 3 rd grade. Beautiful silk kimonos are worn for formal ceremonies such as weddings and tea ceremonies . Woman’s kimono. Formal uchikake kimono, worn at wedding reception. Source: http:// kimonorentals.com / gallery_uchikake.htm. Japanese tea ceremony.

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Kimonos and Yukata

3rd grade


Beautiful silk kimonos are worn for formal ceremonies such as weddings and tea ceremonies.


Woman’s kimono


Formal uchikake kimono, worn at wedding reception

Source: http://kimonorentals.com/gallery_uchikake.htm


Japanese tea ceremony

Source: http://www.shibuiswords.com/japantea.htm


Obi (sash/belt)

Source: http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2009/etsy-world-tour-seijin-shiki-japanese-coming-of-age-day/


A groom may wear a kimono and haori (jacket) in a traditional Japanese wedding


Parts of the kimono


Yukata look like kimonos. They are made of cotton and are worn in summer.

Source: www.akiodesigns.com


Men and women wear yukata


Yukata are also worn during visits to traditional Japanese inns (ryokan) or after bathing.

Source: http://japan-articles.japanican.com/en/articles/20090128Ryokan_FAQ.html


Art Kimono “Ohn/Fuji and Burning Clouds’ by Itchiku Kubota

Source: Itchiku Kubota Art Museum, Japan


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


Art kimono by ItchikuKobota


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