The men's Japanese kimono with a koi carp pattern, a strength and virility sign
These men's Japanese kimono have beautiful designs illustrating Koi carp in choppy waters. The Koi carp is an important fish in Japanese culture, it's a sign of strength, perseverance and success. This symbolism can be explained in particular by the fact that it is able to go up upstream in rivers and waterfalls.
In case of a particular event, to be comfortable at home or a disguise, these men's kimono are very pleasant to wear with its soft material and wide sleeves.
- Material: cotton and polyester
- 3/4 wide sleeves
- Kimono length: 140 cm
Unique size: suitable for men between 1m60 and 1m85 and up to 110 kg.
- Obi belt supplied with the kimono
How to wear your kimono and tie your obi belt:
Attention, remember to fold the left side of kimono over the right side! In Japanese culture, the opposite is reserved to dead people. 👻
If you want to wear your Japanese kimono properly, it's recommended to dress it with a nagajuban underneath, a white cotton underwear. Therefore, the kimono isn't in direct contact with the body, so it can be washed infrequently.