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* The [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] DLC mission 'Hoshidan Festival of Bonds' in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' shows Midori, Dwyer, Ophelia, Shigure, Forrest, and Nina in kimono for the festival. Rather oddly, half of the characters are exclusive to the ''Nohrian'' path (although could possibly be half-Hoshidan). Equally oddly, Nina's portrait shows her with [[OffModel two right feet.]]
5th Jul '17 3:34:45 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', on New Year's Day, when the girls are all wearing kimono, Junpei claims that every guy fantasizes about how there's [[GoingCommando nothing underneath]]. Unfortunately, he said this Ken who [[FromTheMouthsOfBabes asks the girls if they are cold because of this reasoning.]]
** If Junpei got to try he'd be sorely disappointed as there in fact would be underlayers upon underlayers underneath. Especially in winter.
** In the PSP version with the Female Protagonist, you can go out with Junpei to summer festival with a yukata. He sings the praises of the yukata and how sexy the Protagonist looks. And you wear a kimono on New Year's Day too with the other girls. Too bad nether are shown save from the shoulders up.
** Amusingly, Junpei may ask the female main character if girls are really GoingCommando with a kimono (which in several regions is the case, just not ''everywhere'') and the possible answers are "Yes.", "No." and "I'll leave that to your imagination."
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko]] wears one when she works at her family's inn.
** It also has all the girls wearing yukata for the summer festival, which Teddie finds very exciting. Kanji is too embarrassed to even look at them.
** On New Year's Eve, the guys work themselves into a tizzy over the thought of the girls showing up in their yukata... only for them to instead come bundled up in winter clothes like them, because it's bloody cold!

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', on ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** ''VideoGame/Persona3'':
*** On
New Year's Day, when the girls are all wearing kimono, Junpei Iori claims that every guy fantasizes about how there's [[GoingCommando nothing underneath]]. Unfortunately, he said says this to eleven-year-old Ken Amada, who then [[FromTheMouthsOfBabes asks the girls if they are cold because of this reasoning.]]
** If
this]][[note]]If you're wondering if there's any truth to what Junpei got to try he'd be sorely disappointed as there in fact would be is saying, it depends on the region and time of year; during winter, chances are there's underlayers upon underlayers underneath. Especially in winter.
**
underneath[[/note]].
***
In the PSP version with the Female Protagonist, you can go out with Junpei to the summer festival with while wearing a yukata. He sings the praises of the yukata and how sexy the Protagonist looks. And you wear a kimono on New Year's Day too with the other girls. Too bad nether neither are shown save from the shoulders up.
**
up. Amusingly, Junpei may will directly ask the female main character if the girls are really GoingCommando with a kimono (which in several regions is the case, just not ''everywhere'') and the possible answers are "Yes.", "No." "Yes", "No" and "I'll leave that to your imagination."
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'',
imagination".
** ''VideoGame/Persona4'':
***
[[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko]] Yukiko Amagi]] wears one when she works at her family's inn.
** *** It also has all the girls wearing yukata for the summer festival, which Teddie finds very exciting. Kanji is too embarrassed to even look at them.
** On *** In ''Persona 4 Golden'', on New Year's Eve, the guys work themselves into a tizzy over the thought of the girls showing up in their yukata... only for them to instead come bundled up in normal winter clothes like them, clothes, because it's bloody cold!cold! That said, if you go out with Rise Kujikawa, Chie Satonaka, or Yukiko the next day, they'll be wearing an elaborate kimono.
** In ''VideoGame/Persona5'', the girls wear yukatas during the Fireworks Festival.
25th Jun '17 3:13:55 PM Wyldchyld
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* In the last chapters of ''Manga/InuYasha'', Rin is seen receiving a kimono from [[spoiler: Sesshoumaru]]. It's [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming highly heartwarming]].
13th May '17 9:49:30 PM AlternativeCola
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* Music/JanetJackson in the music video for "All of Me".

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* Music/JanetJackson in the music video for "All of "Call on Me".
11th May '17 9:33:28 PM AlternativeCola
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* The cover picture of Music/{{Sparks}}' ''Kimono My House''.
* The cover for Disacode's ''Ryuu no Hige wo Ari ga Nerau''.
* Music/JanetJackson in the music video for "All of Me".
* Ditto for Music/ChristinaAguilera in the "Fighter" music video and Music/{{Madonna}} in the ''Literature/MemoirsOfAGeisha'' inspired music video for "Nothing Really Matters".
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29th Mar '17 11:29:48 PM Doug86
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* In a live action western male version, ''Blonde'', a Creator/MarilynMonroe biopic, is mostly notable for featuring Patrick Dempsey and JensenAckles in a threesome. It also is notable for having Ackles swishing around in a kimono, much to the pleasure of fangirls (and probably a few [[EvenTheGuysWantHim fanboys]] too).

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* In a live action western male version, ''Blonde'', a Creator/MarilynMonroe biopic, is mostly notable for featuring Patrick Dempsey and JensenAckles Creator/JensenAckles in a threesome. It also is notable for having Ackles swishing around in a kimono, much to the pleasure of fangirls (and probably a few [[EvenTheGuysWantHim fanboys]] too).
23rd Mar '17 9:39:47 PM Gamermaster
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* In episode 11 of ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' most of the cast wears kimono when going to a New Year's festival. Notably, [[MsFanservice Lucoa's]] obi is tied in the front.
28th Nov '16 9:44:46 AM BlackSunNocturne
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* In ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' this is Kuroka's (Koneko Toujou's older sister) standard attire, with an ImpossiblyLowNeckline to boot. And with the series being very much an {{Ecchi}} series, it's played for FetishFuel as she's also a ShamelessFanserviceGirl. She eventually reveals that she [[GoingCommando wears absolutely nothing under her kimono]] as she takes it off and dives into the Hyoudou residence swimming pool, naked.
18th Oct '16 7:27:41 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10724053/1/Code-Geass-The-Prepared-Rebellion-V2 Code Geass: The Prepared Rebellion]]'', Sayoko manages to take Lelouch's breath away by dressing up in traditional Japanese clothing, which includes a kimono.

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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10724053/1/Code-Geass-The-Prepared-Rebellion-V2 Code Geass: The Prepared Rebellion]]'', ''Fanfic/CodeGeassThePreparedRebellion'', Sayoko manages to take Lelouch's breath away by dressing up in traditional Japanese clothing, which includes a kimono.
3rd Oct '16 10:18:42 AM rafi
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* ''Manga/{{XxxHOLiC}}'':
** Ichihara Yuuko has [[CostumePorn stunning ensembles]] [[RuleOfCool breaking every conceivable rule of kimono propriety]], while remaining elegant and very stylish despite her... suggestive fashions.
** Also notable for a relatively normal teenage male protagonist example. The tradition is carried on by Watanuki [[spoiler:after Yuuko's death]].
* ''IroOtoko'' centres around a designer who is trying to market fashionable men's kimonos, which isn't working very well for him. Both he and others models walk around in them to advertise, invoking this trope.
* Sakaki buys Yuki a kimono in ''Manga/HeartStrings'' in order to present him as a "yakuza wife." Very much {{fanservice}}.
* In ''Manga/DrugAndDrop'' the main characters all wear yukata at one point and Kazahaya immediately begins complimenting the beautiful Kakei. Saiga, on the other hand, gets the opposite reaction as he looks like a nightclub worker wearing yukata and SunglassesAtNight.
* In ''Manga/FutureLovers'' while at a summer festival Kento starts talking about how pretty women in yukata are and his lover Akira makes a sulky comment about yukata not suiting him. This of course spawns an ImagineSpot of Akira in yukata that is actually a bit of a {{fanservice}} [[RuleOfFunny fail]].

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* ''Manga/{{XxxHOLiC}}'':
** Ichihara Yuuko has [[CostumePorn stunning ensembles]] [[RuleOfCool breaking every conceivable rule of kimono propriety]], while remaining elegant
Nearly any manga and very stylish despite her... suggestive fashions.
** Also notable for a relatively normal teenage male protagonist example. The tradition is carried on by Watanuki [[spoiler:after Yuuko's death]].
* ''IroOtoko'' centres around a designer who is trying to market fashionable men's kimonos, which isn't working very well for him. Both he and others models walk around in them to advertise, invoking this trope.
* Sakaki buys Yuki a kimono in ''Manga/HeartStrings'' in order to present him as a "yakuza wife." Very much {{fanservice}}.
* In ''Manga/DrugAndDrop'' the main characters all wear yukata at one point and Kazahaya immediately begins complimenting the beautiful Kakei. Saiga, on the other hand, gets the opposite reaction as he looks like a nightclub worker wearing yukata and SunglassesAtNight.
* In ''Manga/FutureLovers'' while at
anime long enough features a summer festival Kento starts talking about how episode/chapter, or a ryoukan/hot springs resort one, or ''both'', with male members of the cast expressing gratitude for getting to see the ladies in yukata, and sometimes vice versa as well.
* Numerous characters in ''Manga/{{Adekan}}'' but especially
pretty women in yukata boy Shiro who's kimono's often are and his lover Akira makes a sulky comment about yukata not suiting him. This of course spawns an ImagineSpot of Akira in yukata that is actually a bit of a {{fanservice}} [[RuleOfFunny fail]].draped haphazardly on him to heighten the fanservice.



* [[ShipTease Fai's furisode]] in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''.
* In ''Manga/HidamariSketch'', a festival offers free snacks to those who come in yukata (and bring the flyer). Miyako, who doesn't have one, is ready to [[{{Curtain Clothing}} pull down her curtains to make one]], but Hiro offers her old one with a [[Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo Mahou Shoujo Minky]] print. It comes down to about a centimeter below her buttocks. She thinks it's a perfect fit, and Yuno and Hiro say it looks "cute" and "fashionable", respectively, though Sae privately thinks she looks like a hooker.
* In ''Manga/LuckyStar'', at the festival, Konata muses that if they were in a DatingSim, they'd trigger a flag because they're at a festival outside, wearing yukata.
* Nearly any manga and anime long enough features a summer festival episode/chapter, or a ryoukan/hot springs resort one, or ''both'', with male members of the cast expressing gratitude for getting to see the ladies in yukata, and sometimes vice versa as well.



* Amasawa of ''Manga/TheWeathermanIsMyLover'' has a cosplaying habit, so when the cast and crew of his program take a trip to an onsen, he brings along a female yukata. And I quote:
-->'''Amasawa''': "Cute?"
-->'''Koganei''': "[[DistractedByTheSexy Yeah]]...I mean NO!"

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* Amasawa of ''Manga/TheWeathermanIsMyLover'' has Alois wears a cosplaying habit, so red one sexily in ''Manga/BlackButler'' to [[FanDisservice seduce a perverted old man]] and its shown again when the cast and crew of his program take Claude [[HoYay imagines him wearing it while looking turned on]]. A flashback shows Ciel briefly get a trip chance to an onsen, he brings along a female yukata. And I quote:
-->'''Amasawa''': "Cute?"
-->'''Koganei''': "[[DistractedByTheSexy Yeah]]...I mean NO!"
wear it in Alois's place.



* Yumi from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' wears an off-the-shoulder kimono that should not logically stay up (a fact the author himself acknowledged when he got mail from cosplayers who attempted to replicate the look and failed). She is also a former prostitute.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' makes reference to the fact that a kimono would traditionally be worn without underwear, and the whole show is a massive example of type A, thriving in AwesomeAnachronisticApparel. Also, each tankobon features one of the female students in a kimono on the back cover.
* In the last chapters of ''Manga/InuYasha'', Rin is seen receiving a kimono from [[spoiler: Sesshoumaru]]. It's [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming highly heartwarming]].
* In ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'' Shino mentions traditional clothing while imagining a kimono-clad woman getting her obi unwrapped. But she points out that while she'd like to be in that position, she's worried about getting dizzy from the spinning.

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* Yumi After a PottyFailure in episode 6 Mayu from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' wears an off-the-shoulder kimono ''Anime/DeathParade'' changes into a kimono. Harada hits on her now that should not logically stay up (a fact the author himself acknowledged when he got mail from cosplayers who attempted to replicate the look she isn't wearing a lot of makeup and failed). looks more homely. She is also a former prostitute.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' makes reference to the fact that a kimono would traditionally be worn without underwear, and the whole show is a massive example of type A, thriving in AwesomeAnachronisticApparel. Also, each tankobon features one of the female students in a kimono on the
returns back cover.
to her normal attire next time we see her.
* The Type B is '''horribly''' subverted in ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness''. In the last chapters of ''Manga/InuYasha'', Rin is seen receiving a kimono from flashback, [[spoiler: Sesshoumaru]]. It's [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming highly heartwarming]].
Hisoka Kurosaki]] is seen wearing a dark kimono. Then [[ToplessnessFromTheBack it sexily]] [[DressHitsFloor falls off him]]. And '''then''', [[FanDisservice what follows]] is [[spoiler: the ''exact'' flashback to the time when Muraki ''raped Hisoka and cursed him into a CruelAndUnusualDeath''.]]
* In ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'' Shino mentions traditional clothing while imagining a kimono-clad woman getting her obi unwrapped. But she points out that while she'd ''Manga/DrugAndDrop'' the main characters all wear yukata at one point and Kazahaya immediately begins complimenting the beautiful Kakei. Saiga, on the other hand, gets the opposite reaction as he looks like to be a nightclub worker wearing yukata and SunglassesAtNight.
* Most anime only have girls wear kimonos
in that position, she's worried about getting dizzy from {{Festival Episode}}. ''Anime/{{Free}}'' thrives on having a CastFullOfPrettyBoys and thus Rei and Nagisa wear kimono during the spinning.festival episode.
* Akito is frequently shown wearing a kimono in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.



* This trope played out in at least three episodes of ''Manga/MaicchinguMachikoSensei''. One episode featured the main character acting in a historical drama,another was set during the Lunar New Year, and the third took place during a festival. In keeping with the tradition of the anime, she lost her kimono every time.

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* In ''Manga/FutureLovers'' while at a summer festival Kento starts talking about how pretty women in yukata are and his lover Akira makes a sulky comment about yukata not suiting him. This trope played out of course spawns an ImagineSpot of Akira in at least three episodes yukata that is actually a bit of ''Manga/MaicchinguMachikoSensei''. One episode featured the main character acting in a historical drama,another was set during the Lunar New Year, and the third took place during a festival. {{fanservice}} [[RuleOfFunny fail]].
*
In keeping with the tradition of the anime, she lost her ''LightNovel/{{Gosick}}'' Kujo wears a men's kimono every time.for an entire episode. A rare male example.
* Sakaki buys Yuki a kimono in ''Manga/HeartStrings'' in order to present him as a "yakuza wife." Very much {{fanservice}}.
* In ''Manga/HidamariSketch'', a festival offers free snacks to those who come in yukata (and bring the flyer). Miyako, who doesn't have one, is ready to [[{{Curtain Clothing}} pull down her curtains to make one]], but Hiro offers her old one with a [[Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo Mahou Shoujo Minky]] print. It comes down to about a centimeter below her buttocks. She thinks it's a perfect fit, and Yuno and Hiro say it looks "cute" and "fashionable", respectively, though Sae privately thinks she looks like a hooker.
* In the last chapters of ''Manga/InuYasha'', Rin is seen receiving a kimono from [[spoiler: Sesshoumaru]]. It's [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming highly heartwarming]].
* ''Iro Otoko'' centres around a designer who is trying to market fashionable men's kimonos, which isn't working very well for him. Both he and others models walk around in them to advertise, invoking this trope.
* Tomo in ''Manga/KamisamaKiss'' wears one habitually and after she becomes a god Nanami wears a pretty one.



* In ''Manga/LuckyStar'', at the festival, Konata muses that if they were in a DatingSim, they'd trigger a flag because they're at a festival outside, wearing yukata.
* This trope played out in at least three episodes of ''Manga/MaicchinguMachikoSensei''. One episode featured the main character acting in a historical drama,another was set during the Lunar New Year, and the third took place during a festival. In keeping with the tradition of the anime, she lost her kimono every time.
* In ''Anime/MaiHime'', after Shizuru rescues Natsuki from Nao, she's seen wearing a purple kimono and gives Natsuki a light blue one. Shizuru continues wearing the kimono for most of her PsychoLesbian rampage, but it eventually gets torn in places, and she changes back into her StudentCouncilPresident [[CustomUniform uniform]] by the time Natsuki confronts her.
* The fourth intro of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' ("Fighting Dreamers") features a segment where images of the main female characters dressed in kimono appear on a wall the males are running past. Jiraya stops to drool over Kurenai.



* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': Akane Tendo is forced into one of these in the manga. Due to [[BelligerentSexualTension the relationship between her and Ranma Saotome]], Ranma lampshades this trope in a way that makes it a complimentary put-down.

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* While the Princesses in ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' don ElegantGothicLolita fashion, Arisada notes that the style depends on who's in charge of the sewing club, and when ''he'' was a princess, his costumer preferred this trope, in equal parts Type A and Type B.
* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': Akane and other characters often wear lovely yukatas during festivals.
** Akane
Tendo is forced into one of these in the manga. Due to [[BelligerentSexualTension the relationship between her and Ranma Saotome]], Ranma lampshades this trope in a way that makes it a complimentary put-down.



** Akane and other characters often wear lovely yukatas during festivals.

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** Akane * Yumi from ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' wears an off-the-shoulder kimono that should not logically stay up (a fact the author himself acknowledged when he got mail from cosplayers who attempted to replicate the look and other characters often wear lovely yukatas during festivals.failed). She is also a former prostitute.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' makes reference to the fact that a kimono would traditionally be worn without underwear, and the whole show is a massive example of type A, thriving in AwesomeAnachronisticApparel. Also, each tankobon features one of the female students in a kimono on the back cover.
* In ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'' Shino mentions traditional clothing while imagining a kimono-clad woman getting her obi unwrapped. But she points out that while she'd like to be in that position, she's worried about getting dizzy from the spinning.



* In ''LightNovel/{{Gosick}}'' Kujo wears a men's kimono for an entire episode. A rare male example.
* In ''Anime/MaiHime'', after Shizuru rescues Natsuki from Nao, she's seen wearing a purple kimono and gives Natsuki a light blue one. Shizuru continues wearing the kimono for most of her PsychoLesbian rampage, but it eventually gets torn in places, and she changes back into her StudentCouncilPresident [[CustomUniform uniform]] by the time Natsuki confronts her.
* While the Princesses in ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' don ElegantGothicLolita fashion, Arisada notes that the style depends on who's in charge of the sewing club, and when ''he'' was a princess, his costumer preferred this trope, in equal parts Type A and Type B.
* The Type B is '''horribly''' subverted in ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness''. In a flashback, [[spoiler: Hisoka Kurosaki]] is seen wearing a dark kimono. Then [[ToplessnessFromTheBack it sexily]] [[DressHitsFloor falls off him]]. And '''then''', [[FanDisservice what follows]] is [[spoiler: the ''exact'' flashback to the time when Muraki ''raped Hisoka and cursed him into a CruelAndUnusualDeath''.]]
* After a PottyFailure in episode 6 Mayu from ''Anime/DeathParade'' changes into a kimono. Harada hits on her now that she isn't wearing a lot of makeup and looks more homely. She returns back to her normal attire next time we see her.
* Numerous characters in ''Manga/{{Adekan}}'' but especially pretty boy Shiro who's kimono's often are draped haphazardly on him to heighten the fanservice.
* Alois wears a red one sexily in ''Manga/BlackButler'' to [[FanDisservice seduce a perverted old man]] and its shown again when Claude [[HoYay imagines him wearing it while looking turned on]]. A flashback shows Ciel briefly get a chance to wear it in Alois's place.
* Akito is frequently shown wearing a kimono in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.
* Tomo in ''Manga/KamisamaKiss'' wears one habitually and after she becomes a god Nanami wears a pretty one.
* Most anime only have girls wear kimonos in {{Festival Episode}}. ''Anime/{{Free}}'' thrives on having a CastFullOfPrettyBoys and thus Rei and Nagisa wear kimono during the festival episode.
* The fourth intro of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' ("Fighting Dreamers") features a segment where images of the main female characters dressed in kimono appear on a wall the males are running past. Jiraya stops to drool over Kurenai.

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* In ''LightNovel/{{Gosick}}'' Kujo wears [[ShipTease Fai's furisode]] in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''.
* Amasawa of ''Manga/TheWeathermanIsMyLover'' has
a men's cosplaying habit, so when the cast and crew of his program take a trip to an onsen, he brings along a female yukata. And I quote:
-->'''Amasawa''': "Cute?"
-->'''Koganei''': "[[DistractedByTheSexy Yeah]]...I mean NO!"
* ''Manga/{{XxxHOLiC}}'':
** Ichihara Yuuko has [[CostumePorn stunning ensembles]] [[RuleOfCool breaking every conceivable rule of
kimono propriety]], while remaining elegant and very stylish despite her... suggestive fashions.
** Also notable
for an entire episode. A rare male example.
* In ''Anime/MaiHime'', after Shizuru rescues Natsuki from Nao, she's seen wearing
a purple kimono and gives Natsuki a light blue one. Shizuru continues wearing the kimono for most of her PsychoLesbian rampage, but it eventually gets torn in places, and she changes back into her StudentCouncilPresident [[CustomUniform uniform]] by the time Natsuki confronts her.
* While the Princesses in ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' don ElegantGothicLolita fashion, Arisada notes that the style depends on who's in charge of the sewing club, and when ''he'' was a princess, his costumer preferred this trope, in equal parts Type A and Type B.
* The Type B is '''horribly''' subverted in ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness''. In a flashback, [[spoiler: Hisoka Kurosaki]] is seen wearing a dark kimono. Then [[ToplessnessFromTheBack it sexily]] [[DressHitsFloor falls off him]]. And '''then''', [[FanDisservice what follows]] is [[spoiler: the ''exact'' flashback to the time when Muraki ''raped Hisoka and cursed him into a CruelAndUnusualDeath''.]]
* After a PottyFailure in episode 6 Mayu from ''Anime/DeathParade'' changes into a kimono. Harada hits on her now that she isn't wearing a lot of makeup and looks more homely. She returns back to her
relatively normal attire next time we see her.
* Numerous characters in ''Manga/{{Adekan}}'' but especially pretty boy Shiro who's kimono's often are draped haphazardly on him to heighten the fanservice.
* Alois wears a red one sexily in ''Manga/BlackButler'' to [[FanDisservice seduce a perverted old man]] and its shown again when Claude [[HoYay imagines him wearing it while looking turned on]]. A flashback shows Ciel briefly get a chance to wear it in Alois's place.
* Akito is frequently shown wearing a kimono in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.
* Tomo in ''Manga/KamisamaKiss'' wears one habitually and after she becomes a god Nanami wears a pretty one.
* Most anime only have girls wear kimonos in {{Festival Episode}}. ''Anime/{{Free}}'' thrives on having a CastFullOfPrettyBoys and thus Rei and Nagisa wear kimono during the festival episode.
*
teenage male protagonist example. The fourth intro of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' ("Fighting Dreamers") features a segment where images of the main female characters dressed in kimono appear tradition is carried on a wall the males are running past. Jiraya stops to drool over Kurenai.by Watanuki [[spoiler:after Yuuko's death]].



* In ''VideoGame/DoubleDragonNeon'', [[BigBad Skullmageddon]]'s {{geisha}}s exhibit Type B with ShowSomeLeg and [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline low necklines]].



* Sumire Kanzaki does the ImpossiblyLowNeckline variation in ''VideoGame/SakuraWars''.



* In ''VideoGame/DoubleDragonNeon'', [[BigBad Skullmageddon]]'s {{geisha}}s exhibit Type B with ShowSomeLeg and [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline low necklines]].
* Sumire Kanzaki does the ImpossiblyLowNeckline variation in ''VideoGame/SakuraWars''.



* Kimiko Tohomiko from ''XiaolinShowdown'' wears one in "Tangled Web!". Also, in the episode "Dream Stalker", Wuya wears the same kimono that Kimiko wore in Raimundo's nightmares.

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* Kimiko Tohomiko from ''XiaolinShowdown'' ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' wears one in "Tangled Web!". Also, in the episode "Dream Stalker", Wuya wears the same kimono that Kimiko wore in Raimundo's nightmares.
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