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- n. a kind of light kimono.
- From Japanese 浴衣 (ゆかた, yukata). (Wiktionary)
“Casual cotton kimonos, summertime garb known as yukata, are hugely popular.”
“The yukata is a light fabric robe that's used year round.”
“I remember that around the house he always wore a blue-and-white floral patterned yukata, which is like a casual kimono, and he always had a ponytail.”
“So you can put on your bright summer cotton kimono, called the "yukata," and you can go dancing in the parks, and you can write your wishes on brightly colored paper (as described here!) and tie them to a plant (in Japan, it would be a bamboo tree).”
“Eating at the inn in your "yukata" robe is part of the Japanese hot-spring experience.”
“It was a dance festival for a local festival where people wearing traditional clothing such as yukata performed a folk dance originally from Shikoku Island known as Awa Odori.”
“It was a dance festival for a local festival where people wearing traditional clothing such as yukata performed a folk dance originally from”
“Clothing: The "yukata" store has the "Kazari Kizi" - Decoration Cloth "yukata" kimono, the best selling item to the foreign community and their cute "yukata" wearing teddy bear.”
“The e-catalog features various items from jewelry, toys and sports goods to engraved Japanese kitchen knives and "yukata" (Japanese casual kimono made of cotton).”
“yukata" instead of kimono, the restaurant is packed with customers each night in summer …”
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