Kimono is a traditional Japanese garment that has a long culture history. Recently, usage of Western clothes have been adapted by Japan. Kimono is still widely loved by the people although it is not only worn for the reason that it is beautiful. Kimono is easy to integrate into the Japanese lifestyle and culture, enhances the Japanese body and face features well, and also suits the four seasons in the country.
In Japan, numerous traditional events are present in their calendar where wearing a kimono is suitable such as New Year’s Day, Coming-of-Age Day, Shichi-Go-San, and many more. Nowadays, opportunities to wear kimono became few since western clothes are mainly worn. However, Japanese people often wear kimono during entrance ceremonies, graduation ceremonies, summer festivals, and Tanabata.
Wearing a kimono definitely is a must when you come here in Japan so please do try wearing one.