Furisode

A furisode was a Japanese, long-sleeved mourning garment made of silk and frequently worn by priests during the 17th and 18th centuries.
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FURISODE

A tang shape with the end deeply curved toward the back side which resembles a kimono sleeve.
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FURISODE

Shape of sword tang that resembling the sleeve of a kimono.
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Furisode

A lit. swinging sleeves is a style of kimono distinguishable by its long sleeves, which range in length from 85 centimeters for a kofurisode (小振袖) to 114 centimeters for an ōfurisode (大振袖). The sleeves are attached to the body of the kimono only for a short distance; the inner edge is open for the rest of its length, allowing the lini...
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Furisode

A type of Kimono for unmarried women. It is worn at wedding, Coming-of-Age Day, and parties. The surface is designed with graceful patterns. The total length of the sleeves is longer than other Kimonos.
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furisode

A patterned kimono with longer sleeves for unmarried women worn for a wedding, Coming-of-Age Day, and parties.
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Furisode

Furisode kimonos are worn by unmarried women. Furisode means swinging sleeve. It is pronounced foo-ri-sody, with no stress on any of the syllables. In this description I use the term 'long', meaning from shoulder to base of sleeve and not from shoulder to wrist. Women's furisode come in three types, each with progressively longer sleeves; the longe...
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