Japanese culture is condensed in kimono.
The Japanese sensibility cultivated in the rich nature of the four seasons has created a unique sense of beauty.
The kimono reflects that aesthetic sense.
In addition, the delicate and outstanding craftsmanship is utilized in the process of making kimono.
The graceful patterns used in aristocratic costumes since the Heian period are called “employed patterns”.
Some patterns that were introduced from India and West Asia during the Nara period have changed to suit the Japanese climate.
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