Pattern Men's and Obi Set Yukata Dragon E072903 Cool Japanese IYqtFY Pattern Men's and Obi Set Yukata Dragon E072903 Cool Japanese IYqtFY Pattern Men's and Obi Set Yukata Dragon E072903 Cool Japanese IYqtFY Pattern Men's and Obi Set Yukata Dragon E072903 Cool Japanese IYqtFY Pattern Men's and Obi Set Yukata Dragon E072903 Cool Japanese IYqtFY
Pure cotton cloth faric men's Yukata(unlined) that is the same shape as hitoe kimono



and kaku-obi set.







This has been dyed dark gray and covered in dragon decorations.







These are brand new yukata and obi.







Can be worn as Yukata,or as a gown or bath robe for a hot season.







Dark purple beige obi is made of synthetic material.







We recommend this set for men whose height is 172~178cm tall.







Size



(yukata)



Mitake (A):151cm



Yuki(B):71cm



Sodetake (C): 49.5cm



Maehaba(G):26.5cm



Ushirohaba(H):30.5cm







(obi)



Length:3m96cm



Width:11cm







*Please refer to the illustration of Kimono size.







The size of model Who is wearing size B type yukata is 175cm tall,and his waist size is 90cm.











No.0729 YKSc

2017-12-28

Written by Aminat Saliu on the City Year Team at South Division High School.
Photo: The amazingly awesome South Division High School team laser tagging during team time! Look at those smiles!

Joy, City Year ran and lead our own data chats for 2nd-8th grade where we got to make goals with the students . – Kyle Welhouse, Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education

Joy, 17 tutoring group students are meeting their December goals. – Frank Margraff, Harold S. Vincent High School

Joy, there are five scholars at Hopkins Lloyd Community School so far who have earned a teacher nominated “Eagle Scholar” award that City Year organizes and announces at assemblies. Students love it and are even more motivated to do their best in class. - Grant Doty, Hopkins Llyod Community School

E072903 Japanese Cool Yukata Obi Men's Dragon Set and Pattern Joy, an 8th grader came into the City Year room and shared his acceptance letter to us from Milwaukee Lutheran! – Sarah Szymborski, Rufus King International Middle School

Joy, a Clarke Street School tutoring group student jumped 100 lexile points, which is the most in the building! Another student also jumped from red all the way to green! Our students are growing over here at Clarke Street School. – Rose Wegner, Clarke Street Elementary School

Joy, Our whole school assembly featured three scholars performing a rap about stewardship at Carver Academy – David Smith, George Washington Carver Academy

Joy, I got to set goals during data chats with a really sweet student at Pulaski High School who gave me a hug afterwards – Neeka Lewis, Bayview High School

and Set Men's Dragon Pattern Yukata E072903 Japanese Cool Obi Joy, I won our game of phase 10 on team day – Peter Morrissey, Roosevelt Middle School

Appreciation to my team for all the laughs on team day and everyday – Jade McKean, Roger Street Academy

Appreciation to Alexander Mitchell Integrated Arts School staff and administration for helping our team reflect on the importance and values of our service as key at a Milwaukee Partnership school – Haley Woods, Alexander Mitchell Integrated Arts School

Appreciation to me for living my best life over here at James Madison Academic Campus – Rasheed Clayter, James Madison Academic Campus

Appreciation to the 55 volunteers at Pulaski High School making goals with amazing student during data chats- Njeri Jackson, Casimir Pulaski High School

Appreciation to all the amazing students at South Division High School that I get to walk the halls with on a daily basis. – Aminat Saliu, South Division High School

Huge joy that Chelsea Anderson competed in the Moth story slam and totally kicked butt (brought me to tears and so neat to see a bunch of corps members there to support her) – Kate Niemer

Joy over half of Vincent High School’s tutoring group students are on track to hit the dosage goal – Jess Mirkes

Ongoing Joy to Pulaski for engaging dozens (maybe hundreds already) of freshmen in setting goals with students during data chats today and tomorrow – Ben Rangel

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