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Kimono vs Yukata



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Yukata Obi Belt

An obi is a belt of varying size and shape worn with both traditional Japanese clothing and uniforms for Japanese martial arts styles.
Find the obi that goes with your favorite yukata!


     
    
Yukata and Obi Set
Yukata and Obi Set will be the best choice if you want it already coordinated. Just choose your favorite design and you can wear it immediately!

      

      

 

Yukata Basket Bag

A cute basket bag is exactly what you need to match your beautiful yukata! Don't miss out these beautiful basket bags while they are stil in stock!


      

      

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Yukata Slippers (Geta)

A pair of geta, yukata slippers will make you look even more amazing!


      

 

One of the main differences between kimono and yukata is the shape of the collar and the length of the sleeve. A kimono has a soft, full-width collar whereas a yukata has a half-width and stiffer collar. In addition, a kimono typically has at least two collars, one close to the neck and one just below called a juban collar. A yukata only has one collar as a juban collar isn’t worn below. The sleeves on a kimono vary according to different factors, such as age and the solemnity of an event. Unmarried women wear kimono with sleeves that are very long, so long that they can touch the floor. On the other hand, the yukata will not have sleeves longer than around 50cm.

The other difference is the material. Kimono are the more traditional and expensive garment. They are usually made of silk or brocade. In comparison, yukata were originally made to be worn by Japanese nobility after a bath to cool down. As they were primarily used for this purpose, yukata are typically made from cotton or polyester and so are often more affordable than kimono. 

Kimono and Yukata are also worn in different season and occasion.  Generally, yukata are typically worn more casually in the summer months to attend firework displays or other summer festivals. As yukata are less formal, they tend to have bright patterns and colours, whereas kimono are worn for more formal occasions such as weddings and graduations. 

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