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This Kimono was associated with the costume of “Noh play ” and represents clouds and its colors. Noh Play is one of the traditional performing arts in Japan.
Traditional pattern called kumotori monyo (cloud pattern) is depicted on this kimono. In Japan, cloud means both good and bad luck, for its ever-changing shape. In kumotori monyo of this kimono, the pattern plants are depicted. One can feel the sense of beauty, unique to Japanese, toward kimono from the fact that cloud shapes are used as a frame of patterns and not just square or round shapes.
Saiun-彩雲- (glowing cloud)
Saiun, depicted on this kimono, signifies the phenomenon of cloud iridescence, or cloud glowing in various colors when they are close to the sun. In Japan, this is said to be a sign of good fortune. This traditional kimono with the embroideries of saiun is very auspicious. The wearer would no doubt be able to spend a fantastic day in this kimono.
|Size||We can tailor this Kimono to fit your body figure after the order.|
|Material||pure silk 100%|
|Recommended season||All season|
|Recommended occasions||wedding party, casual party, visit to your friend’s house, etc..|