[Kimono wearing scene] coming-of-age ceremony, thank-you party. There is discoloration on the left front sleeve.
Although it is a reused item, it is in very good condition with no noticeable stains. Point of selection of size? "(A) Length" refers to the length from shoulder to hem. Female: Height ±5cm (2 in) You can adjust the ohashori while wearing it. In the case of formal wear, the length should be slightly longer to make the ohashori wider, On the other hand, for casual wear, if the length is too long, it will be difficult to put on because the cloth will be left over, so it is recommended to choose a short one.(B)Sleeve length (Yukitake) "Yuki" refers to the length from the base of the neck to the wrist. For formal occasions, the perfect size to hide your wrist looks good, and for casual occasions, a slightly shorter one is recommended because it is easier to move. When measuring your own sleeves, measure from the center of your back to your shoulders. Instead of holding your arm taut, let's measure it with your arm hanging down naturally at an angle. If you choose a kimono with the measured dimensions ±3cm (1.2 in), you can wear it without any problems. Size Standards Size (B)Sleeve length S 63.5 cm (25 in) M 6467 cm(25.2 in 26.4 in) L 67.5 cm (26.6 in). RE: Video Games and DVDs. As to music CDs, there is no such a problem. For example, the region code in the United States is 1, and the region code in Japan is 2(NTSC-J).
You cannot play a software unless its region code matches that of the playing device such as console. Therefore, you need a device made in Japan to play a game software made in Japan. International Buyers - Please Note. Thank you for your understanding. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Asian\1900-Now\Japanese\Kimonos".
The seller is "japanesque" and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.