A kind of loose robe or gown tied with a sash, worn as a traditional outer garment by Japanese women and men. Women may wear it with a broad sash called an obi, having a large bow in the back. At present (1998), most Japanese wear it only at home or on ceremonial occasions, western-style clothing being more common in the workplace.
A similar gown worn as a dressing gown by women of Western nations.
Long design like a coat that is tied in the middle and usually with wide sleeves.
Japanese -n. Dress worn by traditional Japanese women, and by non-traditional women on formal occasions. Kimono are also worn by men, but a man's kimono is usually darker, less decorated, of heavier fabric, and cut differently.
Japanese coat like garment, Obi sash belted with long wide rectangular sleeves. Fabrics used are often luxurious and highly decorated. examples
traditional Japanese robe
A long, robe-like sleeping garment for an infant that closes down the front with snaps or ties.
basic Japanese clothing
Japanese dress robe
Literally "clothes", though usually referring to women's traditional dress.
a long sleeved robe
a loose robe; imitated from robes originally worn by Japanese
a beautiful gown worn by Japanese women
a floor-length silk robe
a garment consisting of fabric which has been shaped with the most minimal degree of cutting and sewing, while a furoshiki cloth consists of a single piece of fabric which can be used to wrap objects of any shape whatsoever
a long, flowing garment warn by men, women and children
a loose-fitting baby gown or jacket that ties in the front
a loose-fitting costume made from silk or cotton
a loose robe with wide sleeves, fastening with a sash
a robe worn in Japan
a stylish alternative to a dressing gown or bathrobe and makes a special gift
a tradional Japanese robe , worn with a shash around the waist called an obi
a traditional Japanese dress
A loose robe worn chiefly by women.
(style) â€“ A flat collar garment in the Japanese style.
A long robe with wide sleeves traditionally worn with a broad sash.
A long robe-like outer garment, worn by Japanese men and women, with wide sleeves and closed with a wide sash (obi). Kimono means â€œclothingâ€ or â€œthings to wear.â€ Depending on the season or event, the kimono is made from elegant, solid color designs or from fabrics with vivid and bold designs such as birds, dragons, koi (fish), flowers, nature, or repetitive patterns. When dressing, the left side of the kimono is overlapped over the right side, and is closed with a sash.
Derived from the words Ki, "to wear" and Mono, "thing". It basically refers to Japanese traditional clothing. Another word commonly used to refer to Japanese traditional clothing is Wafuku.
A Japanese inspired garment that is traditionally loose, and floor length, though current styles offer shorter varieties. A Kimono typically has wide sleeves, wraps in the front and is held closed by a sash.
Japanese traditional clothes
thing to wearâ€ Collectively refers to Japanese clothing, although there are many types. The most common reference is the one-piece robe or dress worn in some form since Classical Heian Japan in the 9th century. The modern style developed in the Meiji Era (1868-1912). Kimono are hand-sewn and it is said that if you take one apart, the pieces will fit back neatly into the original long rectangle of fabric. Kimono are based on straight lines and fold neatly along seams. Standard size is shown below. Sleeve Length 49cm Sleeve width 32cm Body Width, folded flat 62cm Length 158cm
A Japanese garment. The kimono sleeve is a wide sleeve cut in one piece with the main body of the garment.
Japan. Originally kimono was used for all types of clothing, but it came to refer specifically to the full-length garment that is still worn by women, men, and children. Kimono are T-shaped, straight-lined robes that fall to the ankle, with collars and full-length sleeves.