Nagajuban

Under the kimono, we wear a Naga-Juban to keep the kimono from getting worn or stained. Only the tip of the Naga-Juban could be seen between your neck and the kimono, but it can create a subtle balance of the entire outfit you are in. Of course there are several kinds of Naga-Juban. Some are for the use on the ceremonial occasions with mourning kim...
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nagajuban

An under kimono garment.
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nagajuban

Under clothing worn to assure that the kimono does not get worn or sweat stained.
Found on http://www.northendkaratedo.com/Website/glossary.htm
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