|Kanji, Kana & Pronunciation|
|(n) fine pattern|
Summary text here.
- small stenciled dots that give the effect of being an iromuji kimono from far away
- some specific patterns of dots have been named, like the sharkskin pattern (鮫, same komon)
- pattern is usually constructed of 3-7 white dots, repeated 
Edo (now Tokyo) became the center of komon production, especially that of the komon pattern made of pinpoint dots, so they became called "Edo Komon".  made by forcing rice paste through a stencil of tiny dots, and then dying the surrounding fabric (dots stay white)
Images of Edo komon
Formality & TPO
TPO - Within Japan
|Hotel Wedding Reception||Maybe|
|Restaurant Wedding Reception||Yes|
| Yes - Acceptable to wear. |
OK - OK to wear if no suitable alternatives.
No - Unacceptable to wear.