The next step is how to tie ougibunko by yourself. It looks like a big bow with a folding fan. Maybe it’s tough for beginners, so please watch the video below first. Later, check the important points. Let’s begin!
The next step is how to close the collar and make ohashori. Overlap the collar of kimono and kasane-eri, and then tuck the extra fabric in. You get some tips and get dressed furisode beautifully. Please also see How to put on kimono : part 2. …
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The process to wear frisode is almost the same as kimono but there are two differences that having long sleeves and using kasane-eri.
Please also see How to put on kimono : part 1.