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How to tie yukata obi “weeping cherry”

maikichi “Hanhaba-obi”, or a half-width obi is very easy to handle. It has a large variety of ways to tie. Now, I’ll show you how to tie “weeping cherry. It’s the easiest way to tie obi  for yukata and kimono. This time we use a 3.5m half-width obi. I’m right handed. If you are left handed, all directions of obi are opposite. Let’s get started!   Take the length from an obi end 1. Take the length from the hand to the front center. When you use a longer obi, take it more.    […]

Preparation for wearing yukata : stacking up everything

The first thing is preparation. It is very important because yukata has many accessories. Place yukata, obi and accessories in order to wear, and you can put on them smoothly.   Things you prepare underwear towels/padding 3 strings yukata datejime belt obiita board half obi sash (suitable for yukata) Refer to : Select a favorite yukata   Stacking up everything Before stacking up, fold all things neatly so as to take them easily. Details of temporary fold At first, you temporarily fold the yukata.   It’s very easy. Take a closer look […]

Select a favorite yukata

Hi ladies, it’s about time to prepare yukata! In Japan, hot days will come soon. Have you ever been to Japan in summer? Summer in Japan is very hot and humid because it has much rain which the rainy season and typhoons bring. Yukata is made of cotton. Cotton absolve your perspiration well. Recently, various kinds of patterns, colors and sizes have increased in yukata. Yes, yukata has become one of the popular summer fashion items.   Select a favorite yukata Get the right sized yukata for you. When you pick one, you […]

Tips for keeping your yukata neat

When you walk wearing “yukata” in crowded places, such as fireworks and summer festivals, you might get in trouble. That’s “kikuzure“(getting loose) They are… “The collar got apart!” “The hem line got lower!” “The obi got loose!” The other is “Your “yukata” is see-through because of sweating.” Please be careful when you wear a pale colored “yukata“. An under wear is must. So I’ll show you how to keep your “yukata” neat. There are some tips. Now, let’s solve the problems.   The collar got apart! The first one is “The collar got […]

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Decorate the front of obi

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