The kimono きもの/着物 "thing to wear" – from the verb kiru 着る. Basically, in Japanese it simply means clothes. It became the word for traditional Japanese garment during the Heian period (794-1195), and the national costume of Japan. Kimonos are usually worn for formal occasions, traditional festivals or ceremonies.
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