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Ryōzuma is a mirrored image design on the hem of [[kurotomesode]] or [[irotomesode]]. It was common before World War II in western Japan. After the war, the eastern style, [[edozuma]],  became standard.
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Ryōzuma is a mirrored image design on the hem of [[kurotomesode]], [[irotomesode]] or [[sanpogi]]. It was common before World War II in western Japan. After the war, the eastern style, [[edozuma]],  became standard.
  
 
[[Category:Kitsuke Terms]]
 
[[Category:Kitsuke Terms]]

Revision as of 08:50, 2 November 2017

Kanji, Kana & Pronunciation
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Romaji Ryōzuma
Kanji 両褄 着物
Kana りょうずま
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(n) Mirrored design on hem


Alternate romanization: ryouzuma. Commonly used but not correct: ryozuma.

Ryōzuma is a mirrored image design on the hem of kurotomesode, irotomesode or sanpogi. It was common before World War II in western Japan. After the war, the eastern style, edozuma, became standard.