How to Dress in a Yukata




Introduction: How to Dress in a Yukata

Yukata is a traditional Japanese outfit, which is often worn during the summertime.

Step 1: Step1:Purchase a Yukata.

In addition to the yukata itself, you must have a juban, a koshi himo, a datejime, a korin-belt, and an obiita.

Step 2: Step2

Put on a slip called the "hadagi".

Step 3: Step3

Put on the yukata, making sure the back seam is centered.

Step 4: Step 4

You have put on your yukata. Pull the yukata so the it ends at your ankle.

Step 5: Step 5

Cross the koshihimo in the back and tie it in the front.

Step 6: Step 6

Take the korin-belt and wrap it around your waist.

Step 7: Step 7

Take the datejime and wrap it around your waist over the korin-belt.

Step 8: Step 8:How to Tie an Obi for Yukata

Take about 16 or an arm's length from one obi end and fold it in half. Hold this end on your left.

Fold the right end to make a triangle shape.

Step 9: Step 9

While holding left end, wrap the obi around the waist 2 times.

Step 10: Step 10

Tie left and right together.

Step 11: Step 11

Bring left to the upper center and bring vertical line.

Open up the right. Bring the right from the center to the right and fold to the front.

Decide the ribbon length and fold.

Step 12: Step 12

Bring down the left. Pull up the left. Roll up the left. Insert the left behind the obi.

Step 13: Step 13

Move the ribbon the back.

Step 14: Step 14:Finished!

Such an arrangement is possible with one, too.

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    4 years ago

    Awesome! This is my daughter on her way to a summer festival.

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    4 years ago

    Beautiful. My mother has always tied mine for me. Maybe it's time I started ;) Thanks for sharing!

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    Interesting. This is a lot more detailed that I thought it was. Thanks for sharing.