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1. Obiage is rolled between Kimono and Obi

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2. There are so many Obiage which sold with an Obijime (also used for tight Obi)

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3. An Obiage is used for putting up an obi knot beautifully on your back

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4. Also an Obiage itself usually has a beautiful design and decorates your kimono

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5. Obiage is placed above the Obi to decorate it

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6. We have many different flower print Obiage and also plain one tone Obiage etc

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7. The Obiage is an obi scarf, and it is a beautiful piece of fabric that serves the purpose of covering the makura (pillow) and usually helping to secure the bow of the obi

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8. Width measurements for most of the Obiage are taken at the narrowest point here, rather than the widest point, so your Obiage may seem bigger than you thought when you receive it

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9. An Obiage is a rectangular piece of fabric used in the tying of musubi ( obi bows) and t

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10. An Obiage is a rectangular piece of fabric used in the tying of musubi ( obi bows

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11. It is very important, when you tie an obi by Taiko Musubi, because Taiko Musubi has no obi knot, and tied with only an obijime, an obimakura's sash, and an Obiage

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12. Gloria Obiage Nwankwo is an Internal Medicine Specialist in Newark, New Jersey

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13. Silk Obiage Set- Shibori Kimono Sash Belt- Pink & Lime Green- Japan Tie Dye Silk Scarf- Bohemian Headscarf- Japanese belt KimonoSoul

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14. Obiage is used to wrap the Obi makura which supports the Obi sash in the back

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15. Obiage is also used as a Obi sash decoration

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16. History of Obiage is surprisingly short; it first appeared at the end of the Edo period

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17. When Fukagawa geisha (geisha in Fukagawa, Edo (present-day Tokyo)) devised "taikomusubi" (a puffed-out bow of an obi), they also devised obimakura; it is considered that Obiage was invented in order to hide the obimakura and to provide support for the obi which became heavier due to obimakura.

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18. Obiage Silk Pink Yuzen Sakura Flower Japanese Kimono Houmongi Komon

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19. OBIJIME & Obiage Set Silk Purple Sakura Japanese Kimono Houmongi Tsukesage

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20. Obijime & Obiage; Only needed for womens kimono are the Obiage (帯揚げ) & obijime (帯締め) tie

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21. The Obiage is a decorative piece of cloth, usually made of silk, tied over the obi-makura which it hides

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22. OBIJIME & Obiage Set Silk Green Plum Blossom Japanese Kimono Houmongi Tsumugi

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23. OBIJIME & Obiage Set Silk Blue-Green Japanese Kimono Houmongi Tsumugi M Size

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24. Add a note to the entry "Obiage"

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25. Check out our white Obiage selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops.

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26. Obijime,Kumihimo,Obiage,kimono accessories Kyoto Watakei

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27. Join Rebecca Cragg of Camellia Teas of Ottawa for a lesson on how to fold a kimono silk sash (Obiage)

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28. Black silk vintage shibori Obiage

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29.Obiage for kimono – Vintage red with toned down gold polka dots silk (chirimen) ☆ This is a pretty vintage Japanese Obiage (silk shawl) in a toned down rusty red is actually prettier in person than in the pictures

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31. The common accessories for such obi are: 1 makura, 1 Obiage, 1 obijime, and 1 obidome.Hanhaba obi do not typically require any accessories to be worn

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32. Rental price includes Nagajiban, Obi, Obijime, Obiage, Datejime, Zoris, Koshi Himos, and Obi Makura,Tabi and Hadagi

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33. The obijime is an utterly perfect match for the kimono, and the red Obiage provides just enough punch while echoing the bold red tones in the kimono designs

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34. Obiage Someya Shop Vintage Japanese Japanese Kimono Japanese items from Japan: kimono, haori, obi, kakejiku, vintage, fabric, etc

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35. Listen to the audio pronunciation of Obiage on pronouncekiwi

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37. Kitsuke Seasonal Challenge Week 6 Dark blue geometric tsumugi komon White & red stripe nagoya obi White rainbow rinzu Obiage Light green round obijime This past weekend The Netherlands experienced their first snowstorm since 2010 (!) and everything is covered with a thick 15-20cm layer of snow.

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English Language Learners Definition of oblige. : to force or require (someone or something) to do something because of a law or rule or because it is necessary. : to do something that someone has asked you to do : to do a favor for (someone)

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