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Wear Yukata (summer Kimono) and stroll around Tokyo!

Wear Summer Kimono

Do you know a Japanese summer garment called, Yukata? Yukata is often worn at festivals and fireworks displays, which has been summer feature of Japan.
Yukata is a kind of Kimono which is more casual and easer to wear, comparing with traditional Kimono.
Would you like to visit a festival or stroll around local streets of Tokyo, wearing Yukata?

http://tokyo-hotels.jp/yukata/

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