Yukata

It’s Yukata season coming in Japan !

Yukata is an informal, unlined kimono made of cotton and worn with a narrow sash (obi). It is usually worn to the bath or in the summertime. Unlike ceremonial kimono.

yukata is casual and comfortable to wear.
It can be worn next to the skin. Wooden clogs (geta) are usually worn without Japanese socks (tabi) when wearing yukata. Since it is considered very casual, it is not supposed to be worn on formal occasions.

The name “yukata” comes from the word “yu (bath)” and “katabira (under-clothing)”.

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I have some yukata in Japan ( mum’s house ) and will take them to UK woth me next time. So I can wear Yukata next summer ??

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