Sakura never wears a kimono in any of the Naruto episodes. From what I know.
Kimono can be worn by men and women. There are different styles for each gender, age, marital status, formality, and season.
During formal festivities, such as weddings and graduations. The Kimono is rarely worn due to the cost and difficulties it imposes on the one who wears it, as it makes it difficult to breathe and eat.
In Japan only the women wore kimonos. Wrong. In Japan, kimono is worn, traditionally by everyone. Men, women, children. In other parts of the world, kimono is also being worn by foreigners. By embracing the culture, kimono can be a wondering garment to wear for Japanese or gaijin!
Example : Japanese wears Kimono in wedding ..Filipinos wear a normal wedding dress in weddings ..
kimono (plural kimono orkimonos)
It is kimono. So basically it is still kimono.
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Kimono is Japanese.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimono
To simplify Geisha wear beautiful and elaborate kimono made of expensive silk, an obi, (plus many under-kimono ties and layers), tabi sock, zori or oboko shoes, and hair kanzashi. What a Geisha wears depends very much on the month and event. She has certain kimono and certain kanzashi that she will only wear during designated months or days.
A Kimono The Kimono
Yes, men do wear Kimono. There are special kimono made specifically for men.
A kimono sash is called an Obi.
naga juban (under kimono), kimono (outer kimono), obi (waist tie), haori (jacket), and hakama (outer pants)
A kimono is a traditional Japanese garment.
Formal dress in Japan can be a kimono.
A kimono sash is called an obi.
How to wear a kimono - http://www.japanesekimono.com/wear_a_kimono.htm
I love my red decorated kimono.
Many Japanese people wear a kimono.
Kimono is from Japanese meaning ki=wearing mono=thing there for kimono translates to wearing thing
The word kimono is a noun.
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