How to dress an obi

Kaino-kuchi

How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi Kaino-kuchi can be tied the same as men's Kaku-obi. You look dapperly smart in Yukata with it.

In the good old days, Kaino-kuchi was for married women.
It produces grownup mood and, thus, it suits to a chic Yukata.

Please note that it come loose easily. Be careful.



How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
1. Keep the length of the Tesaki shorter than Bunko-musubi. Wrap the longer side twice counterclockwise around the torso. 2. Pull the obi to tighten. Keep the tare as long as the arm, fold in the remaining to inside.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
3. Tuck in the remaining. 4. Bring the looped tare in front.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
5. Put the Tesaki down, and cover it with the tare. 6. Pass the tare upwards to tie, pull the tare and the Tesaki on the angle.

How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
How to tie an obi A photograph of Kaino-kuchi
7. Pull once the tare vertically. 8. Put down the tare straight.

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