Japanese Company Releases Adorable Disney-Inspired Summer Kimonos

Poneycomb Tokyo, a Japanese fashion brand, just released a new line of lightweight summer kimono – commonly known and referred to as Yukata – that features some of the popular Disney characters.

via Instagram / poneycombtokyo

This new line of clothing, which is marketed for women, will come in six different designs based on Disney characters that most of us know. Here’s one with Mickey Mouse on it:

via Poneycomb Tokyo
via Poneycomb Tokyo

The company also made one with Donald Duck that’s seemingly cool to the eyes thanks to its color.

via Poneycomb Tokyo
via Poneycomb Tokyo

Disney’s Big Three wouldn’t be complete without Goofy of course – and he’s accompanied by his son, Max, in Poneycomb Tokyo’s Disney yukata.

via Poneycomb Tokyo
via Poneycomb Tokyo

Since this new line of yukata is specifically for the ladies, the company also added three designs that surely made them extra girlish. Here’s one with Minnie Mouse design.

via Poneycomb Tokyo
via Poneycomb Tokyo

The Daisy Duck design is just too cute to miss out.

via Poneycomb Tokyo
via Poneycomb Tokyo

And lastly, here’s Clarice from the Chipmunk Disney series.

via Poneycomb Tokyo
via Poneycomb Tokyo

Aside from being adorable, these yukata also come as easy-to-wear, without the need to learn on how to tie the obi – or sash. According to SoraNews24, this new line will come with a tsukuriobi, which is an easy-to-put-on waistband that totally skips past the need to tie the sash. Plus, it also comes with a pre-tied ribbon.

Those who’d like to buy this new yukata line from Poneycomb Tokyo can now place their order on the company’s website for the price of 12,960 yen ($119) each regardless of the design.

Featured image via Instagram / poneycombtokyo

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