Japan Kimonos

We noticed the Kimonos, but put it together pretty quickly, that these are only worn at special locations. If we were at Disney or a Temple or an event we saw Kimonos. Here are a few pictures we saw.

The kimono is a traditional Japanese garment. The word kimono literally means ki (着 “wearing”, specifically on the upper body) + mono (物 “thing”).

31 thoughts on “Japan Kimonos

    1. We got a ticket for ~$900 but we left from Toronto, which is about a 3 hour drive from our home in Michigan. I noticed on Travelocity you can find deals if you sign up for the watch, and I see awesome deals on Travelzoo all the time.

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      1. Thank you for the tip there. I’ll check them out. We think the US of A has better prices than South Africa. Hubby and I said we will use a VPN to hide we’re in SA and see if we can get better deals. 😊 I will definitely check Travelocity and Travelzoo. Thanks a mil!

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  1. Not only are the kimonos made from beautiful fabrics, but the multi-looped cummerbunds create an eye-catching finish–at the back! Thank you for the lovely photos, and for becoming a follower of my blog, From the Inside Out. I hope you’ll find the posts meaningful whenever you’re able to visit!

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