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Koshi-himo


Koshi-himo

Koshi-himo is a tool for putting kimono on.
"Koshi" means "waist", and "Himo" means "cord".
It's also called "Koshi-obi" or "Shita-jime".

It's around 2-3cm in width, and around 200-210cm in length.
It's made with not-slippy cloth mainly muslin.

It's tied to decide length of kimono & Ohashori, keep neckband's shape, or hold obi.



           Date : Nov/30/2009



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