Han-eri is an accessory of kimono.
It's sewn on Juban's neckband and is peeped out around the neck.
"Han" means "half", and "Eri" means "neckband".
It has half-length of neckband.
It is around 15cm in width, and 110-120cm in length.
But if it has enough width and length, all clothes can be used as Han-eri.
There are various kind of Han-eri.
The example are as follows.
- White, plain, smooth : Most formal.
- White, embroidered : Feeling formal and gorgeous.
- Colored, embroidered : Gourgeous, can use as formal.
- Chirimen (crapy cloth) : A little casual.
- Patterned by dyeing : Casual.
- Decorated with beadwork : Fashionable, can use as formal.
Date : Dec/23/2009
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