The Sixth Day of Kitsune — On Kimono & Japanese Clothing

This entry is part 6 of 12 in the series Twelve Days of Kitsune

Today we feature a guest post by my friend Emilia Blaser, a collector of kimono. Because there’s a lot of misinformation and false assumptions regarding kimono, Emilia is graciously allowing me to repost her convenient guide to kimono for beginners.

Kimono — Stuff To Know

 

A collector of kimono gives a crash course on identifying, wearing kimono, yukata, furisode, obi, tabi, geta, zouri, obiage, obijime, eri, ohashori, juban.

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  1. The gal in your final photo not only has the “creative modifications,” but apparently she’s also a corpse! ;-) (See, I did learn and remember something!) :-)

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