Mitsuyo – Problems


It is a little bit troublesome to get it all out and put it all away. Also, if I tie any kind of clothing too tightly, I get red marks on my skin. It is gone the next day though. If you go to an event with those Japanese Culture people you have to be very careful about what kimono you wear because their judgment is severe and they can talk behind your back if they think your kimono is too bright or if they think it is a rented one or the obi is not of high enough value. I do wonder what will happen to my kimono after I am gone. I don’t think my son will marry, and I have no daughter. I have grown up in a world where kimono are reused and recycled until all the fabric is used up. I don’t want my kimono to just be thrown away.


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