This blue floral Furisode Kimono is made by Japanese craftsmen, with all the ancestral knowledge, a ''must have''!
Superior quality: woven cotton, solid and reinforced stitching /Comfort ++: T-cut to perfectly fit your figure/ Traditional design: kimono made by seamstresses in the greatest tradition
How is a Furisode different from other Kimonos? It is the most formal kimono worn by young Japanese women with long swinging sleeves, the length of the sleeves can vary in length from 85 cm for a kofurisode meaning short swinging sleeve to 114 cm for a ōfurisode meaning large furisode.
The history of Furisode A Furisode is a style of kimono usually worn by young Japanese women and often associated with formal events such as weddings, coming-of-age festivals, religious festivals and other important events in Japanese culture.
The difference between a furisode and other kimonos is the long swinging sleeves, short sleeve kimonos are called Tomesode. There are different types of furisode kimonos which are distinguished by the length of the sleeves: Ofurisode - about 114 cm, Chufurisode - about 100 - 95 cm, kofurisode - about 85 cm.
This kimono was popular with both men and women and the designs and colour patterns were the same in both men's and women's versions of the kimono.
In recent years, it is now considered a women's kimono worn by single women for special events, while married Japanese women wear a tomesode kimono for formal occasions.
The furisode, although not necessarily known by its name, is the most famous kimono outside of Japan, recognized from all the images of Maiko standing with their long swinging sleeves.
Famous worn by the Maiko Maiko is a geisha apprentice in Kyoto and western Japan. Maiko means "Dancing Child" and they managed to dance and perform songs and play traditional Japanese instruments like the shamisen at parties and banquets, called ozashiki.
Care instructions: machine wash at 40°, quick dry
Size One size fits all, and adapts to your body shape by tightening the obi (kimono belt) more or less.