Italian photographer deeply in love with Japan, I share my photos (in Japanese shashin) and my experiences in Japan. I love Japanese art, culture, literature, music, tradition, food, people, elegance and mostly, beautiful women.
Saturday, 16 March 2013
Obi and obijimé
Friend Mamiko wearing kimono and a black obi, the large sash with trees motif, the obijimé is the thin light blue string decorated with a turquoise obidomé. The yellow crinkled silk is called obiagé and is use to keep the obi in his place and prevent it from sliding down. The haori is the kind of jaket used in Winter, is of black silk and keept closed by strings. If you like kimono, visit this great site:ichiroya
Photo shoot in a restaurant, with 85 mm. 1.4 f lens in ambient light.