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着付け Kitsuke -Try on Yukata

着付け Kitsuke -Try on Yukata By Fujinoya LLC

Step into the world of traditional Japanese culture with our Try on Yukata Workshop! This engaging and immersive experience offers participants the unique opportunity to don a yukata, a casual summer kimono, and learn about its historical significance, intricate designs, and cultural importance. Perfect for all ages and backgrounds, this workshop combines hands-on practice with informative discussions, providing a comprehensive understanding of this beautiful aspect of Japanese heritage.

Workshop Overview:

Our Try on Yukata Workshop is designed to introduce participants to the elegance and charm of the yukata. From the moment you arrive, you will be guided through the fascinating journey of wearing and appreciating this traditional garment. Our expert instructors, who have extensive knowledge and experience in Japanese attire, will ensure that you have an enjoyable and educational experience.

What is a Yukata?

A yukata is a type of casual kimono traditionally worn during the summer months. Made from lightweight cotton or synthetic fabric, yukata are often adorned with vibrant colors and intricate patterns, making them ideal for warm-weather festivals, fireworks displays, and casual gatherings. Unlike the more formal kimono, which can be quite elaborate and difficult to put on, yukata are simpler to wear and maintain, making them accessible and comfortable for everyday use.

Historical Background:

The origins of the yukata can be traced back to the Heian period (794-1185), where it was initially used as a bathrobe by the Japanese aristocracy. Over time, its use expanded beyond the nobility, and it became a popular choice for everyday wear among commoners. By the Edo period (1603-1868), the yukata had evolved into a stylish and fashionable garment, often worn during summer festivals and public baths.

Experience the elegance and tradition of Japanese culture at our Try on Yukata Workshop!

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