Japanese beauty wanna-be

By Go!Go!Tohoku!! (Staff) (from : Sendai) on 11月. 1, 2016

By Go!Go!Tohoku!! (Staff) (from : Sendai) on 11月. 1, 2016

Wanna look like a kawaii (cute) Japanese? Put on a Kimono and you will get the attention!

Kimono is a traditional attire often worn during special occasions. There are many types of kimonos, each worn by different stages of women (married or unmarried), or for different occasions. So make sure you choose the right one!

I'm wearing a Furisode, the most formal style of kimono worn by young unmarried ladies in Japan. The special feature of Furisode is the long sleeves at the sides. The whole garment is fully covered by colourful patterns, and often in bright colours, resembles youthfulness.

The wearing of kimono is quite complicated! Under that bright golden-yellow outer coat, hidden layers and layers of clothes and belts around the waist! It has to be assisted by a helper, so that the clothes can be tightly secured at the fixed spots.

Kimonos worn by my fellow friends include those for wedding ceremony and for Ugo's traditional dance "Nishimonai Bon".

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Kimono is a MUST-TRY once in a lifetime and once in Japan!

和服初体验,好开熏~!o(* ̄▽ ̄*)ブ

和服有分为不同的种类,有些只给已婚的妇女穿的,有些是婚礼时穿的,有些是给传统舞蹈的。

每每看到穿着和服在街上溜达的女生们,小编都觉得好卡哇伊~好可爱~好漂酿~!

这次终于有机会试穿和服了!小编穿的是给未婚的年轻女生穿的传统服,一般只会在正式的场合才会派上用场。它的独特之处就是它那落地的长袖!再加上整个和服的颜色鲜明、且印有鲜艳的图案,真真切切地代表了青春呀!

 

 

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