informal cotton kimono
a cooling garment to wear
a cotton summer kimono
a Japanese Robe
a Japanese summer garment, often made of cotton
a light cotton kimono, generally worn after bathing, or in the warm summer months
a light kimono with a belt or obi, usually worn with sandals or wooden geta
a light summer article, worn in the summer months when comfort is valued most
a light, summer kimono usually consisting of only one layer
a lightweight cotton kimono which is worn by either men or women in the summer time
a long robe folded in front and fastened in back at the waistline with a sash called OBI
an informal kimono for summer
a rich cotton robe from Japan that's often used as a bathrobe in Japanese Hotels and Inns
a rich cotton robe, similar to a kimono
a simpler robe, used for the summers, or in a Japanese inn, or going to and from the bathhouse
a summer cotton kimono worn by the Japanese during festivals,celebrations, etc
a summertime cotton and more casual version of the more formal kimono
a traditional dressing robe from Japan
Cotton Kimonos without linings worn as bathrobes or as casual clothes for the summer.
A lightweight kimono made of cotton and designed to be worn in the summer.
Japanese summer garment. People wearing yukata are a common sight at fireworks displays, bon-odori festivals, and other summer events. The yukata is a casual form of kimono that is also frequently worn after bathing at traditional Japanese inns, Though their use is not limited to after-bath wear, yukata literally means bath(ing) clothes.