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Kitsuke Komono (6)
(Kid's Heko-Obi called "Kingyo [goldfish] -Obi")
Heko-Obi is a daily Obi.
It's made with very soft and light clothes like Chirimen (silk crape),
and often have Shibori (tie-dyed) works.
It's worn by men, women and kids with a casual Kimono like Yukata.
It's around 50cm or 74cm in width, and 350-400cm in length.
Recently, there are various width, length and material.
At first, it was only for men and kids.
But now, women also are wearing Heko-Obi with Yukata.
Heko-Obi for kids is called "Kingyo-Obi".
"Kingyo" means "goldfish". It's fluttering and looks like goldfish.
Date : Sep/18/2009
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