[What do I need if I want to wear a yukata?]
In Japan, summer festivals and fireworks displays are held from July to August.
Yukata" is what people wear during these festivals.
In the past, Yukatas were worn as pajamas after bathing, but now, with the addition of a few colors and patterns, they are worn at nighttime festivals.
"I want to try a yukata"' If you feel like wearing a yukata, here is what you need to prepare ↓
- Obi (sash)
- Koshi-himo (waist belt)
- Geta (sandals are OK)
- Slip (to prevent your underwear from becoming transparent. A slip for Western-style clothing is also acceptable.)
- Datejime (useful if available)
- Maeita (useful if available)
(2) Obi (sash)
(3) Koshi-himo (waist belt)
(4) Geta (sandals are OK)
(5) Slip (to prevent your underwear from becoming transparent. A slip for Western-style clothing is also acceptable.)
These are all you need. You can be ready in no time!
The items below are for making you more beautiful in Yukata.
(6) Datejime (useful if available)
When you move, the collar around your chest inevitably flares out to the left or right.
The date-jime prevents this from happening.
It is fastened over the yukata.
(7) Maeita (useful if available)
When you bend over, the obi will get wrinkled.
The Maeita prevents this and allows the obi to be wrapped without wrinkles.
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