Wednesday, March 23, 2011

0 Interesting Facts About Japanese wedding Kimono

          Interesting Facts About Japanese wedding Kimono
Buyers will not be used to present the Japanese usually associate with handmade crafts, along with the idea of ​​reduction in Japan is still focused on the craft industry, partly because they have embraced the more 'tech' and other reasons that they have developed over their current reign as leader world in technology.The Japanese are hardworking people - they appreciate nature. But it turns out, at the end of the 20th century, they have embraced the idealism of colonial capitalism and futurism - and they have succeeded in that. Turn of the 21st century has graced the Land of the Rising Sun as a threat to some countries in the world's most technologically advanced, such as Sweden and Germany.
But despite all this, Japan still honor their roots, even, even as the robot seems to approach mass production, knives and cutlery handmade angry, including a replica of the sword is still a looming industry in Japan. Japan is also increasingly popular dress today, with the revival of Japanese art and culture, to attack us wonder about what makes this action this great nation a balance between traditional culture and technology that is so strong. Kimono Japan may be the culprit.

Japanese kimono is probably the most popular part of Asian clothing both spoken and revered by western countries. Kimono is a sophisticated clothing worn by Japanese women, men, children and specially with kabuki (Japanese stage male). Japanese festivals like Lantern Festival obliged to seek refuge from a native Japanese kimono.
Kimonos come in wide varieties, but use ordinary materials - silk, wool, cotton, linen and recently, polyester synthetic. There is also a wedding kimono for ... You guessed it - the wedding. And though many Japanese couples are now embracing the popular western-style wedding, a few still follow their roots and married with Shinto way.

In accordance with the facts as Japan is a very technical person, the number of components in a Kimono will surprise you: there is a Doura, Eri, Fuki, Furi, Maemigoro, Miyatsukuchi, Okumi, Sode, Sodeguchi, Sodetsuke, Susomawashi, Tamoto, Tomoeri, Uraeri, Ushiromigoro. Leaving out just one basic part of the kimono will make the dress was not complete.

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