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Kamon: Japanese family crests

Kamon: Japanese family crests

Mon (紋), also monshō (紋章), mondokoro (紋所), and kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or (more rec...
Introduction to obi sash

Introduction to obi sash

An obi is an accessory for fixing clothes by winding around the waist from above the kimono. However, the combination with the traditional Japanese...
Furoshiki: The Art of Japanese Fabric Wrapping

Furoshiki: The Art of Japanese Fabric Wrapping

Furoshiki is a square piece of cloth or fabric used for gift wrapping, transporting items, fashion, and home decor. The word refers both to the cra...
Men's Japanese Kimono

Men's Japanese Kimono

There are many different types of kimono for men. The very informal type is called Yukata. It is made of cotton and worn mainly to Festivals/Matsur...
Different Types of Kimono for women

Different Types of Kimono for women

The kimono is perhaps the most iconic item of traditional Japanese clothing. Literally meaning "thing to wear" (着物), its roots can be traced back t...

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