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Types of traditional kimono

What is Iromuji?...

A kimono that is dyed in a single color and has no pattern other than the ground pattern is called Iromuji (black is excluded).
If it has a family crest (with a family crest), it can be worn as a formal dress.
On the other hand, if there is no family crest, it is treated the same as a komon, and can be worn as casual street clothes.
Subdued colors and solid colors with family crests can be worn for mourning ceremonies in combination with black or gray mourning belts.

What is (Homongi)?

It refers to a kimono with a pattern that straddles the seams called “eba pattern”.
First, the fabric is cut and basted in the shape of a kimono, and after drawing a rough sketch so that it will be connected as a single picture when it is tailored, it is unwound again and dyed.
The main trend is to use a single kimono as a canvas to create a painting-like pattern that is suitable for formal occasions.

For proper occasions such as wedding receptions and various parties that are mainly invited by people other than relatives, music appreciation such as opera and classical concerts, theater performances such as kabuki, dinner parties, and attending children’s entrance and graduation ceremonies. It is often worn.
Also, it can be worn by both married and single people.