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There were two other styles I was required to wear on special occasions: the yakko, for when I was in formal kimono, and the katsuyama, for one month before and after the Gion Festival in July.
Afterwards the wife wears her hair in the styles called kumesa or maruwage, another name for which is katsuyama.
The kumesa style is not genteel, and is the coiffure of the poor; the maruwage or katsuyama is refined.