Green hitoe hiro eri kimono of the yukata type.
Dress Length: 160 cm | 63"
Sleeve Length: 33 cm | 13"
Shoulder to Shoulder: 64 cm | 25.2"
Handmande in Japan
A kimono without liner is called hitoe, which means "single cloth". It is exclusively worn from June to September, the Summer season in Japan. In hiro eri, the collar is wide and its inside is not sewn to the body. When put on, the lapel can be folded in two to feature the widht desired and fall naturally toward the erisaki (the bottom of the collar). It is used in many women’s kimonos.
Yukata is an unlined kimono, originally inspired by the hot springs bathrobes, which has become very popular at summer festivals. Nowadays a young Japanese person may not wear kimonos very often and may only hire them for special occasions, but might well have one or more yukatas for summer wear, as they are usually hand washable, much more casual, easier to wear and easier to maintain.
Most of the greenish colors were generated by vegetation and their names derived from vegetation and birds.