Last time, I introduced to you to the types of women kimonos and which kind of kimonos should be worn on different occasions, so I think you must have some understanding of that. For those who haven't read the last article, you can start with the article below↓
In the Northern Hemisphere, the day when the sun is at its lowest elevation and with the shortest daylight hours of the year is called the "winter solstice". In that case, today, December 22, is the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere this year.
I think in different countries people might have different ways to spend the "winter solstice". So what will people do in Japan on this day?
This time in the third part we would like to introduce to you the traditional Japanese patterns with the motif of creatures (plants, flowers, animals and insects) and their symbolism.
Speaking of bar, the impression is generally the fashionable western style place where guests can enjoy cocktails and other drinks under dim light. Then do you know the bar where you can eat the onigiri while have a drink?
When the crisp chicken katsu is topped with white yam mud, then that will be the "shiroi-katsudon". So that's it, it is really white.
A dish of putting all kimchi, nori and onsen-tamago (Japanese soft-boiled egg) together! It's totally different from katsudon~ Well ~ Delicious!
Kimono is not only good-looking, it is also a clothing that attaches great importance to "kaku" (rank). For this reason, depending on the occasion, the kimono shall be divided into a high rank dress and fashion dress worn in daily life. This detailed distinction in use gives a different meaning to the kimono.