19-March-2017@Kitasenju

19-March-2017@Kitasenju

19-March-2017@Kitasenju

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Q. May I know your name?

A. I'm Natsumi Iida.

Q. What is the point of this cordinate today?

A. Today was a slightly smaller kimono, so I tried wearing only "Tsuitake" without "Ohashori". The part which folded the kimono under the Obi is called "Ohashori". The part which folded the kimono under the Obi is called "Ohashori". It is common for female kimono to make "Ohashori" and wear it. The wearing of not having "Ohashori" is called "Tsuitake". I tried coordinating with red and blue according to the shade of the fox mask I brought for "TOKYO MASK FESTIVAL" to go see today.

Q. How often do you wear a kimono?

A. It’s about once a month.

Q. What did you care about wearing the kimono with this weather and temperature?

A. It is warm in the daytime but it still cools down in the evening, so I prepared a scarf. Also, I am also wearing leggings in preparation for sudden cold weather.

 

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19-March-2017@Kitasenju

19-March-2017@Kitasenju



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