Coat worn over kimono, in long, medium or short lengths. Worn by men as part of formal wear, but only with informal kimono by women.
short silk jacket
Coat worn with winter kimono ( awase)
Haori is a jacket of Kimono. Originally worn by men only. Women allowed to wear after Meiji-era, and became all the rage in Taisho period (1912-1926).
Japanese clothing. These are wide-sleeved shirts tied with a sash or tucked in, and open in the front. Miko's generally wear a white version of this garmet.
vest worn over a man's kimono in formal dress, making the shoulders wider.
A jacket worn over a kimono.
A Japanese light-weight coat of hip- or thigh-length worn over a kimono and is closed with a braided cord tied in a decorative knot.
A half-coat designed to be worn over a kimono.
to put onâ€ A light jacket for women or shirt for men. Its shape is similar to a kimono, but shorter and tied with haori himo (short cords) so that it meets in the middle. Haori were originally worn by women in the Edo Period (1603-1868) in imitation of menâ€(tm)s clothing, but now they are part of the formal outfit for graduations and other ceremonies. More casual haori are usually worn for warmth or protection from dirt and are not worn indoors. Approximate average size is shown below. Sleeve Length 45cm Sleeve width 32cm Body Width, folded flat 58cm Body width, when tied 49 Length 75cm