A tang shape with the end deeply curved toward the back side which resembles a kimono sleeve.
A type of Kimono for unmarried women. It is worn at wedding, Coming-of-Age Day, and parties. The surface is designed with graceful patterns. The total length of the sleeves is longer than other Kimonos.
A kimono worn by unmarried women up until the age of 25 or so. It is characterized by long, flowing sleeves and bright, eye-catching colors and motifs.
Stone basin in the shape of the long sleeve of a kimono.
waving sleeveâ€ A formal long-sleeved kimono worn by unmarried women. Waving the sleeve was thought to attract a husband. Sleeve length may vary between 75cm and 105cm.
A furisode (Japanese: æŒ¯è¢–, furisode) is a style of kimono. It is the most formal style of kimono worn by unmarried women in Japan. The furisode is made of very fine, brightly colored silk, and is commonly rented or bought by parents for their daughters to wear when celebrating Coming of Age Day the year they turn 20.