KIMONO’ Mioko to kazoku; wedding

KIMONO (着物); As the kimono has another name gofuku (呉服)
kimonos is a universal symbol of Japan, a symbol of traditional beauty with a sense of timelessness and endurance. Kimono literally means “the thing worn”, and to the Japanese simply means “clothing.” It is the modern descendant of the kosode.
An elaborate rich patterned silk brocade kimono called uchikake is worn over the white kimono at the wedding reception.
couple of; Kian Lai & Mioko, photojournalist by Kurt An

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5 thoughts on “KIMONO’ Mioko to kazoku; wedding

  1. kurt ahs says:

    hi thanks ohiokimono.. you are from?
    I will be Hokkaido & Tokyo in winter time’ 8th – 20th Jan 2010..
    for couple shots anyway

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