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  • <default>Kimono</default> Weight 0.25 File:WeightIcon.png Base Value 11 File:GoldIcon.png Type Additional Effects Uses Quality Enchantment Value ID The Kimono is a piece of clothing found in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall.
  • Categoría:Ropa El kimono (Kimono en inglés) es un traje basado en la típica bata japonesa con lazo. Se compra en las Hermanas Manitas.
  • A Samurai robe.
  • A kimono was a long-sleeved robe.
  • Kimono is a level 4 trade good.
  • Kimono on japanilainen, pitkä, vaate.
  • Kimonos are samurai robes.
  • The kimono is an item of clothing in the World Championship video games. It can be worn by a male and female player.
  • Kimono jest to body item w Club Penguin Kosztowało 460 coins w Penguin Style. Tylko członkowie mogli zakupić tą rzecz. Jest to jeden z rzadkich przedmiotów, zważywszy na fakt, że jego ostatnie pojawienie się miało miejsce w czerwcu 2007 roku.
  • A kimono was a type of garment. In 12 ABY, New Republic Chief of State Leia Organa Solo temporarily dressed herself in a darkly patterned crimson-and-black local kimono while on the planet Belsavis.
  • The kimono(着物) is a Japanese traditional garment worn by women, men and children.
  • Today, kimono are most often worn by women, and on special occasions. Traditionally, unmarried women wore a style of kimono called furisode, with almost floor-length sleeves, on special occasions. A few older women and even fewer men still wear the kimono on a daily basis. Men wear the kimono most often at weddings, tea ceremony, and other very special or very formal occasions. Professional sumo wrestlers are often seen in the kimono because they are required to wear traditional Japanese dress whenever appearing in public.
  • Information on buying and wearing kimono in Tsukuba.
  • A Kimono (Kasuri no Kimono/Ikat Kimono in Japan) is a Clothing-class piece of armor found in Golden Sun. It is acquired randomly as a prize from Tolbi's Lucky Medal Spring. Visually, the Kimono resembles a blue tunic. The Kimono's features are somewhat interesting. It features a defense rating of 25, and it increases the wearer's Mars Resistance by 10 and base Agility by 10 points. It is bought for 2800 coins while its resale value is 2100 coins. As a piece of Clothing, it can be worn by all Adepts.
  • Also known as Gofuku ("Clothes of Wu"), the kimono's design originated from traditional Chinese clothing from the Han dynasty around the 5th century. The design evolved through the ages, becoming increasingly stylized during the Heian period (794 -1192) though they still wore the "mo" (an apron) over the front. By the Edo period (1603-1867), the sleeves became larger and the "obi" (belt) became wider with various styles of tying coming into fashion. Come the Meiji period the kimono was replaced by western clothing as the most common garment in Japan, though kimono still exist as formal wear.
  • In Japan, kimono have a very special place in people's hearts. Demoted from the clothing (its name literally means something you wear hanging by your shoulders) to Extra Special Occasion Wear, kimono nowadays whisper sweet nostalgy. Despite the long history of kimono, there actually is no such thing as "the traditional" kimono. The tubular shape favoured today was created in the mid-20th century by Norio Yamanaka, founder of kimono-wearing schools throughout Japan. The previous styles changed every 100 to 200 years or so. The style geisha wear is only about two hundred years old.
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Level
  • 1
  • 4
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Postable
  • No
magicresis
  • 15
DROPABLE
  • Yes
Refine
  • Yes
Inventory place
  • Ship Goods
Venta
  • 130
bound
  • No
Tradeable
  • Yes
Dodge
  • 15
Compra
  • 520
Catálogo
Sell
  • 2100
Obtención
dur
  • 50
Miejsce
  • Penguin Style
sprice
  • 19600
Unlock
  • No
  • Nie
SU weight
  • 40
Koszt
  • 460
Rarity
  • white
Buy
  • 2800
agiboost
  • 10
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  • 110900030
Availability
  • Purchased
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  • 1
Stackable
  • Yes
Member
  • Yes
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  • Kimono
Name
  • Kimono
  • Kimono
Type
  • Body Item
  • Clothing
  • Trade goods
  • armor
  • Event Suits
  • robes
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  • 11
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  • A traditional Japanese costume.
  • Traditional Kimono worn in Japan.
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  • No
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  • Body item
Weight
  • 0.250000
  • 20
  • 40
Party
  • None
Price
  • 98000
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DEF
  • 35
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  • Kimono - Icon.png
Rank
  • 1
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  • Кимоно
Class
Description
  • Traditional Japanese formal wear
Cost
  • 10
  • 460
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  • Le Kimono
Stats
  • +1DEF
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Pt
  • Quimono
Quality
  • Old
ID
  • 248
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  • 1
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  • Quimono
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  • Kimono
Damage
  • +5 defense
defboost
  • 25
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  • Nie
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  • <default>Kimono</default> Weight 0.25 File:WeightIcon.png Base Value 11 File:GoldIcon.png Type Additional Effects Uses Quality Enchantment Value ID The Kimono is a piece of clothing found in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall.
  • Categoría:Ropa El kimono (Kimono en inglés) es un traje basado en la típica bata japonesa con lazo. Se compra en las Hermanas Manitas.
  • A Samurai robe.
  • A kimono was a long-sleeved robe.
  • Kimono is a level 4 trade good.
  • Kimono on japanilainen, pitkä, vaate.
  • Kimonos are samurai robes.
  • Also known as Gofuku ("Clothes of Wu"), the kimono's design originated from traditional Chinese clothing from the Han dynasty around the 5th century. The design evolved through the ages, becoming increasingly stylized during the Heian period (794 -1192) though they still wore the "mo" (an apron) over the front. By the Edo period (1603-1867), the sleeves became larger and the "obi" (belt) became wider with various styles of tying coming into fashion. Come the Meiji period the kimono was replaced by western clothing as the most common garment in Japan, though kimono still exist as formal wear. There are many different styles of Kimono; range from extremely formal to casual. The level of formality of women's kimono is determined mostly by the pattern and colour of the fabric. Young women's kimono have longer sleeves, signifying that they are not married, and tend to be more elaborate in colour than older women's kimono. Formality is also determined by the type and colour of accessories, the fabric (which is usually silk though cotton and polyester can also be used), and the number of family crests in the pattern (with five crests signifying extreme formality).
  • The kimono is an item of clothing in the World Championship video games. It can be worn by a male and female player.
  • Kimono jest to body item w Club Penguin Kosztowało 460 coins w Penguin Style. Tylko członkowie mogli zakupić tą rzecz. Jest to jeden z rzadkich przedmiotów, zważywszy na fakt, że jego ostatnie pojawienie się miało miejsce w czerwcu 2007 roku.
  • In Japan, kimono have a very special place in people's hearts. Demoted from the clothing (its name literally means something you wear hanging by your shoulders) to Extra Special Occasion Wear, kimono nowadays whisper sweet nostalgy. During pre-WWII times, everyone wore kimono. If you were rich, you still wore the same garment as your servants did, but more: it was more colourful, more patterned, more embroidered, made of more precious materials, and you wore it in layers. If you had enough money, you had super-thin summer kimono as well as fully lined winter ones, and everything in between, and there was no time of year or occasion you could not mirror with your patterns and themes. When WWII came along, women were suddenly expected to work in factories and whatnot, and kimono became a cumbersome thing, and a luxury. After the war there were people, mainly middle-aged or elderly, who chose to continue wearing kimono daily, and there should still be a few around. Basically, anyone wearing kimono daily in post-WWII times has been an exception. Nowadays, wearing kimono on a daily basis is limited to a few older ladies and geisha. Kimono are also expected or even required wear in such disciplined pastime circles as tea ceremony or ikebana (flower-arranging). Women of any age may wear a kimono to any kind of a party, get-together or celebration, with the highest-rank kimono reserved for the weddings of close family. Little children will wear their first kimono in Shichi Go San (a children's celebration), and young girls look forward to their Seijin Shiki (coming-of-age celebration) furisode just as eagerly as a Western girl would fuss about her prom dress. Outside these contexts, women's kimono are rarely seen, and male wearers are even fewer. It should also be noted that when one wears kimono, the expectations about your behaviour change: you are supposed to be even more proper than if you were wearing anything else. This might be partly due to the fact that kimono are mostly restricted to formal events these days, and partly due to the garment's status having been turned from "it's what everyone and their mum wears" to "walking memory of the Good Old Days". Thus they are a visual cue for the Yamato Nadeshiko. Kimono is a language of symbolism. Most Japanese would know some of the basic rules, but a great majority of the messages and nuances are only readable to a devoted aficionado. Due to this, both wearers in IRL and characters by artists who didn't know better are easy prey for Unfortunate Implications and Accidental Innuendo. A range of details in the dress, including sleeve length and shape, collar position, accessories, and any possible feature of the obi (the sash) cover messages concerning the wearer's age, sex, marriage status, wealth, the occasion, relations, the season and personality. Even if they're a corpse waiting to be cremated and buried (collars overlapping the wrong way). Many creators use this for subtext or even puns. Flower Motifs are common. Despite the long history of kimono, there actually is no such thing as "the traditional" kimono. The tubular shape favoured today was created in the mid-20th century by Norio Yamanaka, founder of kimono-wearing schools throughout Japan. The previous styles changed every 100 to 200 years or so. The style geisha wear is only about two hundred years old. In modern Japan, the skill of dressing up in a kimono and carrying it is largely limited to dancers, geisha and such, and aficionados. A run-of-the-mill will have to rely on a relative or a paid professional to dress her up for an event. A woman being able to dress herself up is impressive. High-end formal kimono are incredibly expensive, and can exceed the price of a small car quite easily. Normal quality kimono are not cheap either, with an every-day, synthetic one costing about 200-250 USD in minimum. With all the accessories one needs on top of this, it adds up quickly. Yukata, worn by nearly everyone come summer and festivals, is much like an easier, lighter, and less expensive version of the kimono, but considered completely separate from the kimono in Japan. However, the feelings they awaken are rather similar. By nature, a yukata is relaxed home-wear (comparable to shorts and a tank top), and situations where one can wear it are very limited. If kimono is "wear" then yukata is "underwear" in terms of social acceptance in public. Rules for wearing yukata are much more relaxed than for kimono.
  • A Kimono (Kasuri no Kimono/Ikat Kimono in Japan) is a Clothing-class piece of armor found in Golden Sun. It is acquired randomly as a prize from Tolbi's Lucky Medal Spring. Visually, the Kimono resembles a blue tunic. The Kimono's features are somewhat interesting. It features a defense rating of 25, and it increases the wearer's Mars Resistance by 10 and base Agility by 10 points. It is bought for 2800 coins while its resale value is 2100 coins. As a piece of Clothing, it can be worn by all Adepts. This armor is one of the many pieces of equipment that can be won at Tolbi's spring and be used to outfit your party, replacing their outdated equipment acquired beforehand with equipment like this. It might come across as the least desirable of the body armor that can be won at that spring - the others being Spirit Armor and Cocktail Dress - mainly because it is not quite as defensive as they are. If acquired, the Kimono would still be a good fit on Garet, normally a slow Adept when he is under the influence of the default Guard Class series, because of the agility boost provided, and it might be a good fit on Mia as well for both the agility and the minor Fire resistance. But the Cocktail Dress and its PP-boosting effect might be better on her regardless, and if you want better defense the Spirit Armor with its full array of elemental resistances is what you would want to aim for. Another armor most likely in your possession at that point, and may be construed as superior to the Kimono, is the Water Jacket, found earlier on in a chest in Kalay, and it has better defense and high resistances to Mars and Mercury as well.
  • A kimono was a type of garment. In 12 ABY, New Republic Chief of State Leia Organa Solo temporarily dressed herself in a darkly patterned crimson-and-black local kimono while on the planet Belsavis.
  • The kimono(着物) is a Japanese traditional garment worn by women, men and children.
  • Today, kimono are most often worn by women, and on special occasions. Traditionally, unmarried women wore a style of kimono called furisode, with almost floor-length sleeves, on special occasions. A few older women and even fewer men still wear the kimono on a daily basis. Men wear the kimono most often at weddings, tea ceremony, and other very special or very formal occasions. Professional sumo wrestlers are often seen in the kimono because they are required to wear traditional Japanese dress whenever appearing in public.
  • Information on buying and wearing kimono in Tsukuba.
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