below 5℃

All kimonos, nagajubans, haoris and coats should be with a lining. You need to wear a thick coat as well as inner wears and leggings. In addition, you might want to wear long gloves and shawls for cold protection.


6℃~14℃

All kimonos, nagajubans, haoris and coats should be with a lining. You might want to wear a haori and a coat over kimonos in case it becomes cold. Wool kimonos are warm compare to other materials even though it is Hitoe tailoring. (The hitoe means a kimono without a lining)


15℃~22℃

All kimonos, nagajubans, haoris and coats should be without a lining.  In spring and autumn, it becomes cold in the morning and the night. You might want to wear a haori or a coat depends on the weather and temperature.

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23℃~28℃

All kimonos, nagajubans and haoris should be without a lining. If it is in spring, you can wear a summer obi. When it becomes over 25 degrees Celsius, you might want to wear a hemp nagajuban. It is effective measures to be cooler.


over 29℃

It is the season for summer kimonos and yukatas. It should be cool not only on the surface but also on the inside. It becomes cold in the air-conditioned rooms, you might want to have a thin shawl just in case.

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