Having style while wearing a Japanese outfit, it's easy with our collection of japanese Pajamas for women! Discover our selection to stay warm all winter long.
Japanese pajamas for women, a surge of Asian fashion
In this small collection made in Japanstreet, it is the japanese pyjamas which pull their pin in a market of the night clothing which resurfaces from day to day in the European space. These pajamas have little to do with our parents' nightgowns or the cotton ones we wear regularly. Here, the emphasis is on the comfort and the very soft texture of the garment with our Japanese Silk Pajamas or our Japanese Satin Pajamas.
In Japan, Japanese Pajamas are not exclusively an indoor garment and many young Japanese women wear them to run errands downstairs or simply to go to a quiet place like a beach in late winter. In short, our pajamas are a little touch of warmth in the middle of winter.
When to wear traditional Japanese pajamas?
After a long day, imagine yourself abandoning your work clothes or jeans to get warm in an elegant Japanese silk pajamas. The soft and satiny material is a real caress for the skin. For a cocooning evening, you can slip it on over your nightgown or your pajama pants. As soon as you get out of bed, your Japanese pajamas will wrap you in comfort and bring that glamorous touch that will change your vision of yourself.
You will feel beautiful, sexy and feminine, nothing will stop you anymore. We also like to wear these pretty satin or cotton babydolls when we get out of the shower. Don't wait any longer to replace your old robe with a pajama set or cotton nightie. With this soft nightwear with unmatched comfort, you can be sure to have sweet dreams. Our prints will bring extra softness to your everyday life.
All about Nagajuban, Jinbei & Juban
Jinbei, sometimes called "Hippari", is a traditional japanese clothing, originally worn by men, but now sometimes by women. Originally considered as a Household Garment, Jinbei has become very popular during the hot and humid Japanese summer because of its very light and airy characteristics. Jinbei is also widely worn during popular festivities such as Matsuri (festivals) or Hanabi (fireworks). Usually made of linen and/or cotton, it consists of shorts tied with a cord and a short-sleeved jacket (the sleeves are tied with a linen thread to let the air through). Although there are many variations, traditionally, Jinbei is colored a more or less intense blue. Jinbei is worn without a belt.
Samue is a garment with many uses. Traditionally worn by monks in Zen Buddhist temples, artists or doctors, it is also widely used as a home garment, both at home and inside the Ryokan (traditional hotel), or when leaving the Onsen (hot springs). It is also found among Shakuhachi (traditional flute) players. In recent years, the wearing of samue has spread outside the home as a particularly comfortable informal garment. Like the Jinbei, the Samue is worn without a belt.
It is a type of clothing dedicated to relaxation: it can be worn at home, in the neighborhood or in a Matsuri. Also worn by children, it is extremely comfortable and easy to wear. They can also be used as pajamas if you decide to bring a set home in your suitcase. Visitors can find them in Japanese department stores or shopping malls, costing between 2000 and 10000 yen depending on the quality.
What to wear Japanese pajamas with?
The Geta is very regularly worn with women's kimonos or Yukata. It is a traditional Japanese shoe, and in the old days, people used it as a work shoe. But today, they are still worn as a fashion item. Recently, in Kyoto, the number of kimono rental stores has increased due to the number of foreign visitors interested in this style. If you go to one of these stores, you can try wearing kimonos and geta and do some sightseeing with them. Also, most stores have hairdressers, so if you are a woman, you can try a traditional hairstyle. For men, there is the equivalent of Japanese pajamas, it is called jinbei, for you now visit our complete collection to introduce you to Japanese culture as a couple!
It costs about 3,000 yen 〜 6,000 yen, so we recommend you to try it. It may be difficult to walk around wearing Geta for the first time, but it is truly a unique traditional Japanese experience. You will surely enjoy Kyoto even more if you try the style of old Japanese clothes, kimono and geta! Or just try the geta at home with your best traditional pajamas. Coming back to hair, Japanese hairstyle is inevitable for women who want a pure Japanese style. Jewelry is also inevitably highlighted with the Jinbei, whether it is a Japanese necklace, a Japanese ring or Japanese bracelets. These bracelets are often luxurious because Japanese women love pearl bracelets.