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The kimono is straight, falling down to the feet or ankles, with very long sleeves. The kimono is always worn on the left side on the right side.
Haori are jackets that fall to the hips or down to the knees, and that add a bit of formality. Originally, the haori was worn only by men, until the Meiji period, when it was adopted by women.
Kimono is straight, falling to the feet or ankles, very long sleeves, up to and ground for kimono young women. The kimono is worn always left over right.
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In ancient Japan, hand fans, such as oval and silk fans was influenced greatly by the Chinese fans. The earliest visual depiction of fans in Japan dates back to the 6th century CE, with burial tomb paintings showed drawings of fans. The folding fan was invented in Japan, with date ranging from the 6th to 9th centuries.
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