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How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

Types of Obi knots for a kimono - traditional Japanese clothing. All notes are in Japanese!

Types of Obi knots for a kimono - traditional Japanese clothing. All notes are in Japanese!

Tutorial: Real or Fake Kimono? by iheartsendai.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Some great tips for anyone who wants to go shopping for a kimono - in other words, how not to get caught in a tourist trap :P:

Tutorial: Real or Fake Kimono? by iheartsendai.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Some great tips for anyone who wants to go shopping for a kimono - in other words, how not to get caught in a tourist trap :P:

This is for the Japan section, and is important because it shows different styles. WIth something like a kimono, its difficult to vary the outfit, but something like this knot will make it easier.

This is for the Japan section, and is important because it shows different styles. WIth something like a kimono, its difficult to vary the outfit, but something like this knot will make it easier.

How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

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