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Tsukihana Hakama [How to wear]

Illustrate how to wear Tsukihana Hakama♪

Easy to wear, no tools required

---- sleep ----

1. Spread out the kimono and put the baby in underwear to sleep

2. Tie the strings inside and outside the kimono

3. With the Velcro tape removed, put on the hakama like pants.

*If you wear the hakama up to the lower part of your chest, it will not fall out of place and you can wear it neatly.

4. Once you fasten the Velcro on the hakama, you're ready to wear it♪

*The waist rubber is strong to prevent the garment from falling out.

 If it feels tight, pull the rubber part and fasten the Velcro.

Conversely, if you are concerned about the looseness of the waist, please use the attached Velcro.

*Because we want you to wear it for a long time, the size is a little loose when you wear it around 100 days old.

*For ease of movement and to prevent falls, the sleeves and length of the kimono are shorter than regular hakama.

If you grow up and feel that the length of the hakama is short, we recommend wearing socks.

---- Touch ~ Hey there ----

1. Put on a kimono over your underwear and tie the inside and outside strings

2. Put on the hakama from the toes like trousers

*It is smoother to put it on with the Velcro on the waist on only one side.

3. Once you fasten the Velcro on the hakama, you're ready to wear it♪

*The waist rubber is strong to prevent the garment from falling apart and to prevent the hem from falling over.

 If it feels tight, pull the rubber part and fasten the Velcro.

Conversely, if you are concerned about the looseness of the waist, please use the attached Velcro.

*It looks beautiful when the waist pad on the back side is aligned with the center of the back.

*If you wear the hakama up to the lower part of your chest, it will not fall out of place and you can wear it neatly.

*For ease of movement and to prevent falls, the sleeves and length of the kimono are shorter than regular hakama.

If you grow up and feel that the length of the hakama is short, we recommend wearing socks.

---- If your clothes fall apart ----

If the clothes fall apart, please try the following methods

◆ Pull the kimono from the side opening of the hakama and the hem of the hakama

◆ Remove the Velcro on the waist and fasten it again

◆ Using attached parts (magic tape)

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