One kind of Kimono. Its pattern is with small pictures spread all over the fabric, regardless of the direction.
It is casual Kimono, so that, not suitable to wear for formal situation, except for Edo-Komon.
Edo-Komon (江戸小紋) is one of Komon characterized by ty dots arranged in dense patterns that form larger designs. As the word, “Edo” indicates, it is dyeing technique developed in Edo era. Kimono of Edo-Komon pattern is of the same formality as “Iromuji”, and if it has family emblem dyed or sewed, it can be worn as same class as “Houmongi” .
(江戸小紋): is a type of komon characterized by tiny dots arranged in dense patterns that form larger designs. The Edo komon dyeing technique originated with the samurai class during the Edo period. A kimono with this type of pattern is of the same formality as an iromuji, and when decorated with kamon, may be worn as visiting wear