Rui Hachimura’s first kimono releases on March 21, 2021. The kimono tells the story of one of Washington DC’s most powerful icons, the cherry blossom tree, donated by the city of Tokyo in 1912, to memorialize the relationship between the two countries. The release is timed with the blooming of cherry blossom trees in Tokyo and Washington DC. The trees have a special significance to Hachimura, being Japanese and playing for the Washington Wizards.
The DC Cherry Blossom Kimono design is rooted in Japanese tradition, with streamlined details, pockets, and belts.
The kimono is loose fitting, but runs true to size.
Hachimura is 6’8″ wearing a size XL. Check out the size chart. Fabric: 100% viscose. Lining: 100% cotton. Fabric from Japan. Made in New York
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