A kind of light kimono worn by both men and women.
A traditional Japanese T-shaped, wrapped-front garment with square sleeves and a rectangular body, now generally worn only on formal occasions.
A yukata (浴衣, lit. ) is an unlined cotton summer kimono, worn in casual settings such as summer festivals and to nearby bathhouses.
(loosely) A yukata.
A long robe-like garment in Western fashion, which may be open at the front, loosely inspired by the Japanese garment.
A kind of loose robe or gown tied with a sash, worn as a traditional outer garment by Japanese women and men. Women may wear it with a broad sash called an obi, having a large bow in the back. At present (1998), most Japanese wear it only at home or on ceremonial occasions, western-style clothing being more common in the workplace.
A similar gown worn as a dressing gown by women of Western nations.
a loose robe; imitated from robes originally worn by Japanese
The kimono (きもの/着物, lit., – from the verb (着, ki), and the noun (物, mono)) is a traditional Japanese garment and the national dress of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped, wrapped-front garment with square sleeves and a rectangular body, and is worn left side wrapped over right, unless the wearer is deceased.
‘thing to wear’; ‘to wear (on the shoulders)’; ‘thing’;