Japanese Kimono Culture Demonstration Virtual Assembly

JUL 1 - JUN 30, 2022

The Kimono (Ki means wearing, Mono means things) is the traditional national garment of Japan. There are different types of Kimono for men, women and children. This assembly introduces students to three basic Kimono styles from formal, semi formal to casual. FTH teaching artist Junko Fisher will also demonstrate how to dress in a casual kimono and tie the Obi belt.

FTH EDU is able to work with your existing virtual platforms like Google Classroom, Zoom, Skype, etc. Assembly fees vary depending on the program. If you have any questions regarding the assembly content or fees, please contact the Education Department at

LOCATION:  FTH at HOME (Virtual Venue)