Japanese national clothes

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Kimono

The most famous outfit is the kimono. It is a festive robe

Kimono The most famous outfit is the kimono. It is a festive
. The Japanese holiday "City-Guo-San" is connected with a kimono.

The kimono is in the form of a long-sleeved, flared dressing gown, which is tied at the waist with an obi belt.

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An obi is a Japanese belt used to tie a kimono

An obi is a Japanese belt used to tie a kimono together.
together. The obi is wrapped several times around the waist and tightened on the lower back with a bow.

Haori.

Haori were worn by women who had small children. Since in Japanese culture it was customary to carry children behind their backs, the haori was much more suited to the role of casual wear in this case.

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Keikogi is a costume consisting of a shirt and loose trousers, worn

Keikogi is a costume consisting of a shirt and loose trousers, worn
when practising Japanese martial arts such as aikido and judo.

Keikogi

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Tabi

Tabi - Japanese traditional socks with the big toe separated from

Tabi Tabi - Japanese traditional socks with the big toe separated from
the rest and inserted in a special compartment

Gaeta

Gaeta are Japanese traditional sandals with a high wooden sole, secured by laces or straps that run from the heel to the toe and pass through the gap between the thumb and the middle toe.

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