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Yukata, a Japanese traditional casual wear, is now available for WOMEN and GIRLS! Its traditional coloring and design are arranged to make one of the contemporary wardrobes. It is 100% of cotton. Please enjoy Yukata’s authentic texture and comfortability.

Imogene Imada
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Iram Farooq
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This cotton yukata is an easy-to-wear item and is quite popular as comfortable room wear, bathrobe, etc. It comes with a sash attached in the sleeves, easy to put on even without assistance. This design is magnolias and birds. The soft color and magnolias gentry harmonized. It makes you relax. Magnolia is frequently taken in a traditional poems in Japan. It blooms almost the same time as cherry blossoms. Please note that there is an individual difference in how the pattern appears…

~• Akemi Kocho •~
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So, after a long hiatus, I'm back on my kimono tutorial posts! And today we'll cover the last "basic" type of kimono, the yukata. The term yukata comes from "yukatabira", or "bath underclothes". As one may probably guess, this is the most informal kind of kimono, being used after the bath (commonly at onsen hot spring resorts), as well as for sleeping, relaxing at home or for attending at summer festivals. Dark blue + white are the most classical colors for yukata (also paired with light…

Lisa Brown

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