With this printed kimono of Japanese tsurus for women, you will be wearing the symbol of luck and immortality
In Japanese tradition, the tsuru are birds of good omen. They are also called "Japanese cranes". They represent longevity (having spent 1000 years in the land of immortals) and good fortune. Why deprive ourselves of them?
The traditional Japanese kimono dates back to the Edo era (1603-1868). It was worn by geishas during tea ceremonies. Nowadays, Japanese women wear it for their graduation, their weddings or their passages into the adult world.
You can also wear this Japanese clothing if you go to a fancy dress party for example. Your costume will make your friends pale with jealousy. Don't hesitate to adopt the same make-up as the geishas: eyeliner and lipstick... without overdoing it.
Here are some fashion tips for you to wear your kimono the traditional Japanese way:
- 💯 If you like colorful tones for your traditional outfit, take a quick look at this geisha maiko kimono. Traditional and rustic, this authentic outfit will plunge you into the Japanese universe .
- 💯 To wear this kimono dress while respecting Japanese tradition, you must always close it with the left side on the right side
- 💯 Consult the size guide if needed
- 💯 For a complete geisha style, we recommend you to choose a nice Japanese uchiwa fan and put it in your obi belt. We also advise you to wear white tabi socks and geta wood sandals with your Japanese kimono dress
Between two and four days
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🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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