The Japanese kimono is one of the world's immediately recognizable traditional clothing. The word kimono literally means "things to wear" derived from Japanese word Ki-wear and Mono –things, and till the mid of 19th century it was the form of dress worn by everyone in Japan. The kimono-clad maiden became one of the ideal images of Japan. Dressing up in the kimono is most popular activities for tourists visiting to Japan.
There are different types of kimono for different occasions and seasons for men and women. For men nagagi , haori and hakama is a set of a formal traditional clothing and worn during special ceremonies such as weddings.
For women there are plenty of types of Kimono such as formal clothing Tomesode wear by married women and unmarried women wear “Furisode” which is a long-sleeved Kimono. There are basic rules for waering Kimono.
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