Not all kimono are created equal! Learn about traditional styles of kimono, with their rich culture, seasonal subtleties, and symbolic nuances. Observe a demonstration on how to properly put on and wear a kimono. Learn about the elegance of the formal kimono with its exquisite designs and finery worn to attend weddings, parties, special celebrations, and holidays.
- Saturday, January 23, 2021
- 11:00am, 1:30pm, and 3:00pm
- Morikami Theater
- For your health and safety, theater programs are limited to 33% capacity, socially distancing seating arrangements will be implemented, and attendees are required to wear a mask.
- $5 with paid museum admission, tickets are sold on the day of the event on a first come, first served basis
Individual reservations are not necessary but reservations are required for groups of 10 or more. Please call 561-233-1367 to reserve. Tickets for reserved groups will be held up to 10 minutes before the start of the demonstration, after which they will be sold.
Yukatas (浴衣) are a casual version of the kimono worn throughout the hot months. They are usually made from cotton or a synthetic fabric, wrapped around the body and secured with a sash (obi). Since yukatas are much lighter and cooler than a kimono and have become super popular to wear at a summer festival.