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Question 1: Men wear the kimono most often at ________, tea ceremonies, and other very special or very formal occasions.
WeddingDivorceMarriagePolygamy

Question 2: In modern day ________ the meanings of the layering of kimono and hiyoku are usually forgotten.
United KingdomJapanCambodiaCanada

Question 3: The Western clothes became the army and ________ for boys.
Dress codeJapanese school uniformSchool uniformBlouse

Question 4: , kanfuku in Japanese), through Japanese embassies to China which resulted in extensive ________ adoptions by Japan, as early as the fifth century ce[5].
Culture of the People's Republic of ChinaCulture of AsiaCulture of Hong KongCulture of China

Question 5: Damaged kimonos can be disassembled and resewn to hide the soiled areas, and those with damage below the waistline can be worn under a ________.
HantenGeta (footwear)FundoshiHakama

Question 6: As the kimono has another name gofuku (呉服 ?, literally "clothes of Wu (呉)"), the earliest kimonos were heavily influenced by traditional ________, known today as hanfu (漢服 ?
BrassiereTangzhuangMao suitHan Chinese clothing

Question 7: A popular form of textile art in Japan is shibori (intricate tie dye), found on some of the more expensive kimonos and ________ kimono jackets.
SilkJinbeiSockKimono

Question 8: Modern Japanese brides may also wear a traditional ________ kimono which is worn with a hiyoku.
East Asian religionsShintoReligionReligion and homosexuality

Question 9: ________. http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/asia/past_exhns/kimono/index.html. Retrieved 2007-06-16.
British MuseumNational Gallery (London)Wallace CollectionVictoria and Albert Museum

Question 10: A popular autumn motif is the russet leaf of the Japanese maple; for winter, designs may include ________, pine trees and plum blossoms.
KenafBambooAsbestosFlax
















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