Patterns of traditional Japanese clothing (kimono)

Patterns of Traditional Japanese women clothings Except for the high-class types of Tomesode, there are various patterns in traditional Japanese kimonos for women. Knowing the patterns, you can wear them according to the TPO or gain a deeper understanding of Japanese culture. Related Post Types of Japanese Kimono Clothing Patterns of kimono Auspicious Pattern These Read more about Patterns of traditional Japanese clothing (kimono)[…]

Mother’s Day special gift from traditional Japanese crafts

High-quality Japanese products for Mother’s Day gift   Mother’s Day in 2019 is May 12th. There are a lot of gift items for the day at the various stores, but it’s an annual event so you’d wonder what to give to your mother. Then why not give a gift with a different taste once in Read more about Mother’s Day special gift from traditional Japanese crafts[…]

Japanese clutch and Gamaguchi bags from Nishijin Okamoto, Kyoto

Nishijin Okamoto’s Kinran (gold brocade) bag       Nishijin-ori is a traditional handicraft product produced in the area of Nishijin, Kyoto Prefecture, which is the representative site for silk fabrics in Japan. Nishijin-ori, which is a high-grade silk fabric, has many types and low volume production. First of all, it inherits the Japanese kimono technique Read more about Japanese clutch and Gamaguchi bags from Nishijin Okamoto, Kyoto[…]

Traditional Samue clothing from Kiryu in Japan

Wasuian’s high-quality Samue and other Japanese wears         Originally Samue is one of the traditional Japanese clothing worn by the Buddhist temple priests when they do daily works.    Related Post   However, because it is superior in functionality, the opportunity for ordinary people to wear Samue has increased recently. As more and Read more about Traditional Samue clothing from Kiryu in Japan[…]

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Types of Obi belt and how to choose

Obi sash, important part of kimono cloth     An obi is an accessory for fixing clothes by winding around the waist from above the kimono. However, the combination with the traditional Japanese clothing is also important, as it is much wider and longer than the belt. The history of the Obi is said to be Read more about Types of Obi belt and how to choose[…]

Types of traditional male and female Japanese kimono clothing

The types of traditional Japanese garment Most of the modern Japanese people wear Western-style clothes in everyday life. But at traditional events including the weddings and festivals, they put on Japanese style garments in accordance with the situations. I would like to introduce the traditional Japanese clothing for woman and man. Related Posts Fact about Read more about Types of traditional male and female Japanese kimono clothing[…]

Exploring Ibusuki traditional culture in Kagoshima, Japan!

Not sand bath and hot spring (onsen) only. Ibusuki where the Satsuma culture is still alive Ibusuki City (指宿市) is the temperate region at the southern tip of Satsuma Peninsula in Kagoshima Prefecture. The temperature isn’t below 10℃ even in winter.    Before everything, the sand bath of the city is so famous. But that Read more about Exploring Ibusuki traditional culture in Kagoshima, Japan![…]

The history of Japanese kimono clothing

The history of kimono, traditional Japanese clothing <img width=”412″ height=”599″ src=”https://www.masterpiece-of-japanese-culture.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/23422aa16ab8000eb395b446f6a86972.jpg” alt=”” srcset=”https://i1.wp.com/www.masterpiece-of-japanese-culture.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/23422aa16ab8000eb395b446f6a86972.jpg?w=412&amp;ssl=1 412w, https://i1.wp.com/www.masterpiece-of-japanese-culture.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/23422aa16ab8000eb395b446f6a86972.jpg?resize=206%2C300&amp;ssl=1 206w” sizes=”(max-width: 412px) 100vw, 412px” /> <br /><!– Japacul Link Unit –><br /><ins style=”display: block;” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-2105416879233547″ data-ad-slot=”3145397812″ data-ad-format=”link” data-full-width-responsive=”true”></ins><br /> Most of the today’s Japanese people live in Western style clothing. But traditional Japanese clothing (kimono) is treated as a Read more about The history of Japanese kimono clothing[…]