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Tomesode is a formal kimono with designs along the bottom.
It's worn by women on formal parties or ceremonies,
like marriage ceremonies of family or relative.
It's equivalent to evening dress of Western clothes.
There are "Kuro-Tomesode (Black-Tomesode)", and "Iro-Tomesode (Color-Tomesode)".
"Kuro" means "Black", and "Iro" means "color".
It's depend on base color.
"Kuro-Tomesode" is worn by only married women.
It is the most formal kimono of married women.
It has 5 family crest.
"Iro-Tomesode" is worn by unmarried and married women.
Having 5 family crest is formal, but 3 or 1 crest are allowed.
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Date : Jul/23/2009, Aug/17/2009
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