Yukata were originally worn as bathrobes in Japanese bath houses. Today, yukata robes are much more common and often worn year round at home and while lounging. During the warmer summer months it is common to see them at festivals and outdoor celebrations.
This blue and white yukata has a unique design of Koi fish swimming in the water. The fish is highly respected in Japan and translates to affection and love. In Buddhism koi represent courage. Finely crafted in Japan of 100% cotton with a shrink resistant finish. This robe is machine washable and we suggest cold water for best results and to extend the life of the fabric. The yukata features traditional butterfly sleeves and a matching belt is included.
While sizing listed for this robe is for men, this design is very popular and is often chosen by women. We suggest leaning toward a smaller size if you are female.
Available in sizes: Small/Medium, Large, XL/Wide and 2XL.
Add $6.00 for size XL/Wide and larger.
Small/Medium, measures 56” in length and is designed to fit a male 5’ 6" to 5' 11" in height. The sleeve length is 15”, the shoulder width is 26”, and the girth is 48”.
Large, measures 58" in length and is designed to fit a man 5' 9" to 6' 2" in height. The sleeve length is 15", the shoulder width is 27" and the girth is 50".
XL/Wide (+$6.00), measures 58" in length with a wider and roomier fit. This yukata is designed to fit a man 5' 9" to 6' 2" in height. The sleeve length is 15", the shoulder width is 31" and the girth is 60".
2XL (+$6.00), measures 64" in length and is designed to fit a man 6' 2" to 6' 8" in height. The sleeve length is 18", shoulder width is 31" and the girth is 60".
If you prefer shorter robes, please see our selection of Happi Coats. These are short length kimono yukata and very versatile as cover ups, loungewear and bathrobes.