Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of yukata.

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Examples

  • Hagu stops by Yamada’s house to get ready for the festival, both of them dressing up in yukatas.

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  • They call them "yukatas" or something, but it looks like the same thing.

    Anime Nano!

  • They call them "yukatas" or something, but it looks like the same thing.

    Anime Nano!

  • They call them "yukatas" or something, but it looks like the same thing.

    Anime Nano!

  • They call them "yukatas" or something, but it looks like the same thing.

    Anime Nano!

  • In the locker, we changed into the kimonos, put Key Number One in Locker Number Two, and then headed across a banquet area, where men and women could mix, drink roasted tea and dine, and finally into another locker area, where we took off the yukatas we had just put on, to store in Locker Number Three, where we also put Key Number Two.

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  • Key in hand, we stopped by a stand of many different yukatas and sashes, where we took some time to pick how we were going to be dressed for the night.

    Karin Badt: An All-Night Bath Experience In Tokyo (PHOTOS)

  • In the past few years, Japanese women have been wearing fashionable versions of yukatas (light cotton kimonos) and frequenting trendy Tokyo coffee shops that serve cappuccino and café latte in the style of a traditional tea ceremony.

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  • In the past few years, Japanese women have been wearing fashionable versions of yukatas

    Hakone Gets Hip

  • While we waited for dinner to roll around, we put on the yukatas provided for us and went down to the onsen hot springs.

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