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On Sunday, September 13 at 4pm the Japan House will present this next in the Japan House Shares series, Yukata.
A yukata is a traditional Japanese garment often referred to as summer kimono. It is made of cotton or lightweight synthetic fabric and left unlined. Worn by both men and women, these unique pieces of clothing are made with straight seams and wide sleeves.Originally worn as a bathrobe, the humble yukata has gained popularity and can often be seen on guests at outdoor summer festivals, adding a joyous air to any environment with their vivid colors and patterns.Even though it looks simple, it can be a challenge to correctly dress on your own.
Japan House will be highlighting the steps to properly dress oneself, as well as giving tips and techniques on care, maintenance and storage of your yukata.
Watch the YouTube Premiere video with the Japan House Staff at 4pm where you can LIVE CHAT! Make sure you log in a few minutes early to see the countdown. The link for the exact video will be sent next week. If you would like to watch the Japan House Shares videos at your leisure, they are available online indefinitely.
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