Learn How to Wear a Japanese Kimono in Cebu

 

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Learn How to Wear a Japanese Kimono in Cebu

Communities help us find like-minded people who are into the same interests. For Cebu Kimono Club, it is the love for Japanese culture. Cebu Kimono Club holds several workshops to promote the Japanese culture, such as the wrapping cloth workshop and the kimono dressing workshop

One of their workshops is how to wear a Japanese kimono. The workshops are usually held at Uh-huh house in Sta. Lucia Village, Kasambagan Cebu. Every month they have a workshop to learn how to wear a kimono. Afterwards participants will also witness the traditional tea ceremony in Japan.

How to Wear a Japanese Kimono

A kimono is a traditional Japanese garment and it is derived from the word ki (“wear”) and mono (“thing”). Kimonos come in a variety of styles and patterns.

The kimono is a casual garment made of cotton or synthetic fabric and very easy to put on. It is often tied with an ‘obi’ or belt. Usually, in the event they will use a yukata for adults. A yukata literally means ‘bathing cloth’.

‘Nihongami’ is the traditional Japanese hairstyle women wear with a kimono on special occasions.

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Details on Cebu Kimono Club Workshops

Kimono Dressing Workshop

You can join the Kimono Dressing Workshop for only 500 PHP. The inclusions of the fee include the tuition, yukata rental, a cup of matcha, Japanese sweets and shooting fee. You can enjoy taking pictures while wearing your kimono and he best part is you can make and have your own powdered green tea (Matcha).

You can also borrow a kimono or yukata at the following prices. Deposit fee is 500 PHP.

  • 400 PHP for 24 hours

  • 500 PHP for 48 hours

  • 600 PHP for 72 hours

Wrapping Cloth Workshop

The wrapping cloth is known as “Furoshiki” in Japan. “Furokshiki” is a cloth that is used to wrap objects and it is easy to carry. The wrapping cloth workshop is only 400 PHP inclusive of the tuition, Froshiki rental fee, a cup of matcha, Japanese sweets and The Good Farm's original foods. The workshop will explain all about the Furoshiki and teach the basic knotting method.

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Facebook page: Cebu Kimono Club

Instagram Account: @cebukimono

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