Michiyuki

The term michiyuki 道行 in its generic sense of michi wo yuku `to go on a road` is used in lyrical descriptions of journeys from the 8th century. It was also a term for the music in bugaku dances of the Heian period, played while a dancer was moving onto the stage. As a technical term in Noh and Kabuki theatre, michiyuki is used from the 16th .....
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Michiyuki

A coat for Kimono with a square collar in front.
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Michiyuki

A depiction of a journey and the emotions that accompany it in a song, poem, or book.
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michiyuki

A kimono overcoat with a square collar and buttons in the front that is to be worn to protect the kimono from rain.
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Michiyuki

This style of Japanese jacket/coat, with its signature square neckline and snap or button closures, is worn over the kimono for warmth and protection. Michi means
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