Japanese fashion is influenced by historic and western culture. People like to wear kimono on the street in Ginza area. Japanese people rarely wear kimonos in everyday life. Most of time they wear kimono for important events, reserving them for such special events as weddings, tea ceremonies, or other special summer festivals. The straight-line-cut design gives kimonos many advantages that are easy to be suitable for all weather. People could be worn in different breathable fabric linen of the layers to provide warmth in winter and cool in summer. These advantages helped kimonos become part of Japanese people’s everyday lives. Today the young people like to mixing kimono and western style in fashion. They cross and match their different styles to create the unquie modern super kimono….