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How to tie Obi jime

Kitsuke is the art of wearing kimono and kitsuke accessories are all the accessories needed to wear a kimono properly - Kitsuke Accessories by Qiu-Ling on DeviantArt

Velvet Jinbaori (Surcoat) with Mokkō and Paulownia Mon (Insignia) Edo period, late 16th century. Wool; H. 38 1/2 in. (97.9 cm); W. 21 1/2 in. (54.5 cm) Ōsaka Castle Museum.

kimono structure (not Chinese, but useful information):) However the Kimono style had come from Tang Dynasty China.

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I always do my daughters yukata obi wrong. Maybe now I'll get it.

Two silk dresses, one with floral embroidery and one red-ground with gold dragons, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

A silk dress red-ground with gold dragons, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

La violence du dos-zoo by Stéphane Barbery, via Flickr

"Hikeshi" (Japanese fire fighter). "Fire Master",Photography by Felice Beato…

japanese kimono, any one know about it and adore about it. Kimono itself has all of Japanese 's beauty, essence, secret and it like a beautiful women, who charming us from silhouette, shape, to the pattern and the way they wear it.