Children's Kimono, rose , off-white,3~5 years

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Earth colors with a hint of dullness for a girly atmosphere
The fluffy floral pattern and light colors
The fluffy floral pattern and light colors create an elegant atmosphere.

Because the patterned line of the Eha kimono is also the correct Hippo as the celebration attire for Shichi-Go-San.
It is a fine kimono that can go to a visit to the shrine with dignity and cheerfulness.
Watercolor touch botanicals go well with sets with a shabby atmosphere, dried flowers, etc.

The same design is also available for 7-year-olds, furisode (long-sleeved kimono), and visiting kimono. Linking coordination is recommended!

3-year-old Celebration Kimono Reitai

SIZE : Length: 94.5 cm, Sleeve length 56.7 cm, Hedging length 49 cm

Fabric: Polyester

Kimono, Hippo, Lintel, and White Collar are included in the set.
Fabric:Poly chirimen style
In a word, it is a kimono of high rank.
When a kimono is unfolded, it becomes a picture like a folding screen.

Eba is also used for Furisode (formal kimono for adults), Tomesode (formal kimono for women), and Visiting Kimono (for men).
It is so necessary for the first formal wear that it is said that only a picture with an eba pattern can be called a tomesode or a visiting gown.
Shichi-Go-San is also an important celebration, so we want to make sure that the guests pay their respects and leave their pictures in the higher-class eba formal wear.

Kimonos are originally made from a single long piece of cloth called a hanmono, and in the case of ehane, the kimono must be dyed with consideration for the pattern to match when sewn together. In the case of a commemorative photo shoot, the left breast is used.

In the case of a commemorative photo shoot, the left breast side is the front, so the pattern is gorgeously placed on the left breast.
The left breast around the face. The pattern is placed in order of priority around the front hem and the back of the left sleeve,
The main subject's face stands out the most in both close-up and close-up.

Avoid using a steam iron and dry clean only. To prevent marks and shine on the fabric, be sure to dry iron the thin cotton fabric over the kimono.