Furisode are Japanese clothes worn by minor or single women. The long part of the sleeve takes the name “tamoto.” Currently, it’s meant for unmarried women, but many women also wear tomesode (formal kimono for married women) or houmongi (semi-formal kimono) depending on the formality of the event. The two most common chances to be able to wear furisode in modern times is to the coming of age ceremony or a wedding ceremony.
There are furisode of all colors.
There are also a lot of furisode with Western-style bright colors!
These are traditional patterns for furisode.
Lately, furisode in pastel colors have become popular.
Depending on how you wear it, you can also try it this avant-garde style.
You can also rent furisode.
After all is said and done, the charms of the furisode lie in its flashy patterns.
Whether you prefer traditional pattern or more modern, Western-like styles, there are so many to choose from within furisode fashion that you can show off your own personal style!