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Chuhaba-Obi


Chuhaba-Obi
(Photo by (c)Tomo.Yun)

Chuhaba-Obi is a formal Obi.

It's worn by brides or girls with a bridal costume or girl's formal Kimono.

It's 18-21cm in width, and 340-360cm in length.



Chuhaba-Obi that is worn by brides with a bridal costume is called "Kakeshita-Obi".

Generally, when women wear Furisode, they tie Fukuro-Obi.
But only when brides wear "Uchikake", they wear Kakeshita Obi on Oh-Furisode.
Uchikake is a garment with a long trailing skirt.


Chuhaba-Obi that is worn by girls with girl's formal Kimono is called "Iwai-Obi".

About kid's formal kimono, we explain at another page later.



           Date : Sep/18/2009



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