7 methods of tying Kimono belt (obi) with English subtitles!
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7 methods of tying Kimono belt (obi) with English subtitles!

How to wear obi for casual Kimono and Yukata!
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Created by 裕子 竹林
Last updated 6/2020
Japanese
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This course includes
  • 36 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • What is Hanhaba-obi (one of the belts of Kimono)?
  • The common matters of Hanhaba-obi
  • 7 methods of tying Hanhaba-obi
  • How to choose Kimono or Yukata for Hanhaba-obi
Requirements
  • Having Hanhaba-obi
Description

I introduce 7 methods of tying Hanhaba-obi (belt) from the one which is basic and easy to the one which looks very difficult but easy. Hanhaba-obi is the most casual obi. It suits for Komon, Tsumugi and Yukata. You can enjoy whole year!

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to learn pretty ways of tying Hanhaba-obi
Course content
Expand 8 lectures 35:35
+ はじめに
8 lectures 35:35

I explain appropriate places and Kimono for hanhaba-obi. Also I tell you some common tips for tying hanhaba-obi.

Preview 02:35

A lesson of the most popular tying, "Bunko-musubi". This is the same steps as "Katanagashi" and "Ruricho" in the next lectures. So let's learn the base in this lecture!

Preview 04:42

A lesson of "Katanagashi". Its asymmetry shape is very elegant. You can arrange the length and make your originality.

Preview 03:43

"Ruricho" is like a butterfly is landing on your back. It's a big impact when you make it bigger.

Ruricho
03:24
  • It's good for those who want to lean back without any concerns in cases such as movies, theaters and travels. You can even put a bag on this tying. Please prepare Obijime or Sanbuhimo.

Karuta-musubi
05:40

This is an arrangement of original "Kainokuchi". It has various arrangements as it uses both side of obi. And it's big so you can hide your hips.

Kainokuchi no henkei
04:22

Ribbon pata-pata musubi looks difficult but it's actually easy. It can be both mature and pretty. You are going to get a lot of attention with this! Please prepare hair tie.

Ribbon pata-pata musubi (Folded bow tying)
05:45

It looks a very high level arrangement if you tie this properly as the knot will be invisible. A tip is "to keep the length almost same between right and left".

Ribbon kaeshi
05:24