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January 14 2007 Sewing Newsletter

The kimono is the traditional clothing of Japan. The word kimono, translates as "things to wear." The plural of kimono is simply kimono, and has a centuries long varied history in Japan. Of all the treasures of Japan, it is the kimono that is the iconic identifier of Japanese culture and society.

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The Traditional Costume of Kimono
Kimono, the traditional garment of Japan, originally referred to all types of clothing for children, men, and women.

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