Sunny

When the weather is nice, you can wear anything you want.  If it is too strong sunlight in the spring and summer, you may need a parasol to protect from heat. Kimonos and parasols look a good match.

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Rainy

When it is a rainy day, you might want to wear a rain ZOURI(Japanese sandals) and the rain coat to prevent your kimono from getting wet.

You should tuck up your skirt of kimono and pinch it with a clothespin under the raincoat so that you will never soil your kimono.

You don’t have to give up going out in a rainy day.

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Cloudy

When the weather is cloudy, a bright and clear color kimonos suit well.

If it looks like it is going to rain, you should bring a potable rain cover for ZORI(sandals) and rain coat. Washable kimonos like a polyester or cotton are also useful for the sudden rain.

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Snow

On snowy and colder day, you should wear a thick inner and a heavy coat for cold protection.  In addition, you might want to wear a rain ZOURI(Japanese sandals) and a rain coat to prevent your kimono from getting wet.  If it is casual occasions, you can put on a shawl and gloves.

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