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"Tea Master" Man's Under Kimono
man's juban under kimono


 
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Unlined Juban
Our Price: $125.00
Material: Synthetic
Length: 56"
Width: 55" Wrist to Wrist
Body: 50" Waist/Hips
Condition: Excellent Vintage

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Product Code: 0119MK11


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"Tea Master" Man's Under Kimono

No doubt the original owner of this under kimono either performed the tea ceremony or greatly admired its concepts. The back design features an array of traditional tea ceremony instruments: tea caddies and bowls, kama (kettle), the feather used to brush away charcoal dust, kan rings used to move the kama, the tea scoop, and more. Click here to learn the terms for each utensil.

Under kimono (called juban or nagajuban) are layered under a kimono (and over undergarments) when dressing formally in a kimono. Although juban are often the more colorful and decorative versions of kimono for a man, only an inch of the collar would be visible to the public. The designs on the fabric are reserved for the wearer and whoever is in the room when he's getting dressed or undressed. This style of kimono is popular in Western countries as a casual robe or cover up.

See the video below on how to traditionally dress in man's kimono.
Wearing Men's Kimono

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