Casual

A kimono for everyday wear, we usually use wool, momen cotton, tsumubi, silk and polyester kimonos with nagoya-obi or hannhabaobi.

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Formal

There are various kimonos for various occasions. When you attend a ceremony, party and wedding, you should wear a formal kimono. The most formal kimono for married women is tomesode. The most formal kimono for unmarried women is furisode.

Cute

You may have heard about ‘kawaii’.  We often use the word that means lovely, beautiful and cute.

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Cool

You may have heard about ‘iki’.  We often use the word that means elegant, stylish and cool.

Simple

Kimono with quiet designs and colors are also beautiful. You can feel the beauty of the elegant gloss and drape in kimono.

Modern

Modern komonos are brimming with a playful sprit. There are many bold and gaudy designs. In addition, people enjoy variations of new kimono style by wearing made of fabrics for Western clothing, by wearing Kimono on top of Western clothing, by coordinating Kimono with pumps or boots.

Classical

There are many traditional and celebratory patterns in kimono. People enjoy the kimono fashion reminiscent of the past era.

Antique kimono

An antique kimono is indicated a kimono made before the beginning of Showa era.It features its bright design and bold pattern in full color. It is still very popular among fashionable people.

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