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Why do Japanese wear the kimono? . By Ashira. What is the kimono?. The kimono is a traditional dress that is only worn on special occasions in japan these days. But back in the older days Japanese always used to wear their kimonos. It was the only type of clothing they wore.

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what is the kimono
What is the kimono?
  • The kimono is a traditional dress that is only worn on special occasions in japan these days. But back in the older days Japanese always used to wear their kimonos. It was the only type of clothing they wore.
why did japanese stop wearing it so often
Why did Japanese stop wearing it so often?
  • Because when people started to criticize them they stopped wearing it that often and decided to only wear it sometimes like to traditional occasions.
why do japanese still wear kimonos
Why do Japanese still wear kimonos?
  • Japanese still wear kimonos but not to often because it is a traditional dress that they love and is a huge part of their culture and they will never forget it!