Other Types of Japanese Kimonos
There are many other types of Kimonos that can be used to make creative wall hangings. Below are some examples of other kimonos we have available.
A Kakeshita kimono is one of the kimonos worn under an Uchikake in the traditional Japanese wedding ceremony.
Japanese boys are traditionally presented by their families at the Budhist or Shinto temples between the ages of two months to two years. Miya-mairi, or presentation, kimonos for the baby boy are often rich in symbolism and artistically designed silk. Click here for more information.