Our Shadow Crane ladies cotton kimono is made in Kyoto and has the classic kimono shape and rectangular hanging sleeves. Its design is also in the ancient Japanese tradition: cranes are a symbol of long life and good fortune. One of our most popular designs, this kimono would also make the perfect gift.
Elegant yet practical, Shadow Crane kimono is ideal for everyday wear as a stylish alternative to a dressing gown or bathrobe. Being a wrap, it is very adaptable to your shape and size, and the narrow matching belt can be tied at the most convenient position. The kimono’s open sleeves also serve as pockets.
Please note that this robe is one inch longer than most of our ladies’ kimono designs.
Our blog post ‘Cranes as symbols in kimono design’ explains the significance of cranes – now an endangered species – in Japanese culture.
This kimono is temporarily out of stock but can be back ordered: please place your order as normal and we will obtain the kimono directly from Japan for delivery within 2-3 weeks.
“This cotton kimono was worth every penny – it is well made, has a lovely print, and the material is of good quality. Also, the fit is perfect for most every size and they are easily washable. I highly recommend these lovely dressing gowns as they are beautiful and will last for years.” (Mrs M.F.)
“This is a beautiful cotton kimono. It is exactly what we wanted and my wife wears it literally every day. As well as being a very good product, it is very good value for money.” (Mr P. S.)
“I think the colours and pattern look far more stunning in reality than in the photograph.” (Mrs B.E. of Southport)
“Many thanks for dealing with this so expeditiously. This [Shadow Crane kimono] is the 5th kimono I have ordered from your company, and I think your reputation for excellent Customer Services is well deserved!” (Dr C.H. of Oxford)
“I just love the navy crane kimono which arrived this morning. I did not expect it to come so quickly. Thank you very much.” (Lindsay)
“My wife loves it and is very pleased with the quality.” (Mr D.F. of Daventry)