Different types of kimono:

Time, Place Occasion (TPO) Charts for wearing Kimono. Immortal Geisha has a good general chart, a good thread topic and a highly detailed chart. “Where do you want to go wearing your Kimono?” sourced from Shimazakura’s website.


Chart: This is the kimono girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony in Japan-parts are labeled in Japanese and in phonetic Japanese.


- Maiko old-Edo costume [full size / other charts] Maiko are Geisha apprentices. In Edo period, that mean they were young girls and their attire reflected their tender age (nowadays, Maiko are.


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Kitsuke is the art of wearing kimono and kitsuke accessories are all the accessories needed to wear a kimono properly - Kitsuke Accessories by Qiu-Ling on DeviantArt

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- Merchant’s daughter old-Edo costume [full size / other charts] Edo period witnessed the rising of the merchant class.

NO.091 正絹 京友禅|成人式の振袖販売、振袖レンタルの京都きもの友禅

NO.091 正絹 京友禅|成人式の振袖販売、振袖レンタルの京都きもの友禅

[DUD] ベージュに桜 レトロ調古典柄振袖[写真]

[DUD] ベージュに桜 レトロ調古典柄振袖[写真]