"Yosekomon pattern", which was popular in the Edo period and is still a standard today. The pattern is greedily stuffed with several kinds of fine Edo Komon patterns and dyed, so you can enjoy the change in the shades of the pattern, and it can also be used as a plain kimono. KAPUKI's bespoke "Nami Komon" yukata is made from Ise Katagami, which I happened to encounter when I was looking for such a yose Komon pattern. I had Kumiko Ishizuka, the 5th generation, dye it. The yosekomon, which has two types of fine wave patterns with bold diagonal cuts, gives you an elegant and stylish atmosphere. The fabric is a crisp cotton linen fabric with a cool texture that is perfect for summer.
【deadline】 Cloth: We will deliver within 3 business days after the order is completed. Tailoring: It will take about 1 month to 1 and a half months from order completion to delivery.
[Handling/Precautions/Remarks] After wearing, please dry in the shade in a well-ventilated place to remove moisture. When using the washing machine, please fold the yukata and put it in the net and use the "hand wash mode". Please use a neutral detergent that does not contain bleach. Do not use the dryer. Due to the characteristics of dyeing, some colors may appear at first. Please do not wash with other laundry. We do our best to minimize shrinkage before tailoring, but please note that due to the characteristics of the fabric, it may shrink slightly.