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  • 1. Traditio nal Japanes e attire.
  • 2. • The most popular and ancient traditional Japanese suit is the kimono.
  • 3. • Kimono like a T-shaped robe. Its length can vary. Clothing is attached to the body of obi ( ), which is located at the waist. Instead of using buttons European straps and strings. A characteristic feature of the kimono sleeves are sode ( ), which are usually much larger thickness hands. They have baggy shape. Bag opening is always less than the height of the arm. Because the Japanese traditional dress
  • 4. • Also, if a Japanese holiday, the girls and women are very carefully combed hair and fix her hair done with carved pinskanzashi.
  • 5. • That something like this would look hairstyle with kanzashi
  • 6. kimono, not elastic. Often only used silk. Belt went cloth. The same. to sew a kimono, flexible, thin threads. This is to prevent pulling the fabric.
  • 7. 1) Just to suit the Japanese women always prilogaemoy fan. Except that they had two types of fans. 1 type-fan utiva 2)
  • 8. • Utiva - this type of fan lobes or vanes, made from a single piece of wood or wire, covered with silk or (now) out of cardboard, tradition holds it as a purely Japanese invention. • Sansom - another fan, and his name is written in other characters - a Chinese fan of plates that can fold and unfold. As far as can be seen on Japanese books and films, was such a fan of
  • 9. Men's kimono • In contrast to the women's kimonos, men are much easier, they usually consist of five parts (not including shoes). In male kimono sleeves sewn (stitched) in the side seam so that the free stay no more than four inches sleeves, the women's kimono sleeves of their deep almost never sewn so. Men's short sleeve Women also order not to interfere with the obi. The female kimono sleeves do not touch it because of the obi length. • Now the main difference between male and female is in the colors of the kimono fabric. Typical considered black, dark blue, green and brown. Fabrics are usually matte. Printed or plain design, bright colors are used in more everyday kimono. Sumo wrestlers often wear kimono magenta (purple-violet).
  • 10. • Doura - upper inner • Erie - collar • Fuki - hem bottom • Fury - arm above the elbow • Maimigoro - front shelf • Miyatsukuti - hole sleeve • Okumi - inner front end • Sode - sleeve • Sodeguti - the hole in the sleeve • Sodetsuke Sleeve • Susomavasi lower inner
  • 11. some more information: • Haori and kimono can be decorated with the family crest of the owner. The kimono is sewn to order, pattern design thoroughly discussed, so the kimono is a unique designer clothes. • Men's kimono color usually dark and are more reserved, but the main focus is on the design silk haori, which usually has a richly ornamented lined with decorative painting on silk or woven pattern or lower kimono. • Traditional Japanese kimono and haori you can use as clothes for home and kimono-party, holiday party, or Japanese in the Japanese style, and, in combination with other items of fashionable clothing to create their unique style. Such things and their combination will emphasize your individuality and artistic taste.