This splendid Kimono Kotori Tsuru Tsuru symbolizes the Japanese crane!
In Japanese culture, the crane, called Tsuru, symbolizes longevity and prosperity. This Japanese bird is as iconic as the Koi carp, Japanese Kitsune fox or Sakura cherry blossoms in the land of the rising sun.
If you decide to participate in a Japanese event, this traditional outfit will highlight the richness of Japanese culture. This type of dress was worn during the Edo period by samurais and geishas. While traveling in Japan, especially in Tokyo, you may have the chance to see one of these splendid women.
Japanese women's kimonos are still popular in the fashion world. In the streets of Harajuku, the youth has appropriated this vintage garment and wear it with modern and trendy japanese clothes.
If you want to wear a women kimono dress for a cosplay costume or for an official event like a wedding, a tea ceremony or even a fancy dress party, we 're all for it! We invite you to consult the guide below which will help you respect Japanese culture!
Here are the best fashion advice to wear your traditional kimono like Japanese geishas:
💯 We recommend size S for women measuring between 1m 55 and 1m 65. You can choose size M if you are over 1m 65. Do not hesitate to consult our size guide to help you make your choice!
💯 If you participate to a wedding, we recommend you this Japanese Kimono Wedding. It is a Japanese kimono which will stand out, whatever the circumstance...
💯 The geisha style dress code is strict. You must wear an obi belt and Geta or Zori wooden sandals. These traditional shoes are worn with Japanese socks with split ends. You can complete your wardrobe with a fan and Kanzashi hair accessories. Have a look to our Japanese kimono dress full collection for more colors and design...
💯 And to finish, always remember to fold the left side of the fabric on the right side.
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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