WORLD'S LARGEST KIMONO
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What is the world's largest kimono?
The word kimono means “something worn,” and it is the
traditional clothing worn in Japan. Kimonos are straight, robes that fall to a
person’s ankles, have wide collars and wide, long sleeves. These traditional
Japanese robes are extremely unique but there is one kimono that holds something
above the rest. This is the largest kimono in the world.
The largest kimono was constructed to be part of
the National Kimono Festival in Cho Kagoshima, Japan on March 23, 2001.
The massive kimono measured at 11.72 metres wide, 12.80
metres high and weighed an incredible 100 kilograms.
The World's Largest Kimono
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