How to dress an obi

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How to tie an obi A photograph of Bunko-musubi

7. Put the Tesaki on the shoulder down and bring it back through the folded obi.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Bunko-musubi 8. Keep holding the Yukata tight with both hands and slide the left hand to the left.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Bunko-musubi 9. Pull both ends tightly to the opposite direction on the angle.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Bunko-musubi 10. Pull once both ends vertically to tie properly.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Bunko-musubi 11. Unfold longer side of the obi called a tare on the right side.
Unfold it very next to the knot to prevent the knot from becomeing loose.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Bunko-musubi

12. Fold it like a folding screen in the width of the body.
It would be pretty to make Maki-datami if you use an obi with different color on each side.

 

Refer below about Byoubu-datami and Maki-datami

 

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You can tie the obi to enjoy color alteration on each side.
There are variations of the style to put the tare downwards or upwards.
Maki-datami
When the length of a tare is not enough, it is easy to adjust by tucking it inside of the obi.
With a reversible obi, you do a Maki-datami to make a ribbon of which the bows are the same color.
Also you apply a Maki-datami to make a bowknot with doubled bows.

 

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