Dressing Javiera Chilli-nese dress in Bath

Two weeks ago, Asako brought a kimono to show the class and she needed someone for model, and Javiera volunteered.

First, Asako put on the underwear. It is white and is in two different parts. It call "juban".

You use it because you can wash and change every day. After Asako had to tie a belt on the waist

After, Asako put the kimono over the juban. Women's kimonos have one piece longer than the back. Then Asako folded it into the waist and tied it on the side.

Asako put on another piece called the "obiita". It is a big, hard belt. You can see it in the picture. It is pink and one corset.

Then Asako put on "obi-belt" above the corset, and she tie in the back with a bow.


This picture is 5 years ago in a fashion show. Asako was the model and it is an antique kimono from the middle Edo period.

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