WHAT DOES πŸ‘˜ EMOJI MEAN?

A traditional Japanese robe that can be worn by women or men.

The emoji symbol for a Kimono is the Japanese traditional robe. It can be used by both genders, so it isn’t limited to one gender. The kimono was most commonly seen in Japan during the Meiji era and earlier from around 1868-1945 (it became less popular after 1945) when it saw its heyday in East Asian countries such as China, Korea and Vietnam where people still wear them regularly today.

A haori is a Japanese traditional jacket, which can be worn with or without sleeves. It has a loose fit and includes all of the length options mentioned above – from standard jacket length to mid-thigh and even hong haori that reach your calves. Unlike kimono, they don’t wrap closed but will often have ties for lapels.

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Also Known As

  • πŸ‘˜Β Dressing Gown
  • πŸ‘˜Β Japanese Dress

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