White

The color of white is a sign of cleanliness, being noble, pure and beautiful. Traditional Japanese bride is attired in white.

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Black

The color of black is a sign of luxurious, dignity, depth and sense of quality. Since it is the most formal color, the black kimono is used for both congratulations and condolences.

Red

The color of red is a sign of strength, courage, fierce and youngness. Since the color is also associated with innocent and beauty, that color is used for furisode and children’s kimono.

Blue

The color of blue is a sign of sky, ocean, cool, intelligence, trust, and faithfulness. The traditional indigo blue is also called ‘JAPAN BLUE’. It has been very popular by person in any class.

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Yellow

The color of yellow is a sign of cheerful, lively, warm and bright.  Since the color is charming and familiar, the yellow color kimono is loved by anyone.

Green

The color of green is a sign of youngness, fresh, healing and peace. Since it is natural and soft color, the color bring kimono and obi into consonance harmoniously.

Purple

The color of purple is a sign of matureness, elegance, intelligence and fascinating.

Pink

The color of pink is a sign of soft, gentle and feminine. The pink is also the color of sakura. When we see the cherry blossom in full bloom, we feel like the coming of spring and it makes us very happy.

Brown

The color of brown is a sign of stability, relief, warmth and reliability.

Orange

The color of orange is a sign of the sun, the setting sun, vitality, spirit, warmth and sociable.

Gray

The color of grey is a sign of cool, elegant, stylish and quiet. Since it is low-keyed color, it brings kimono and obi into consonance harmoniously.

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