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open the kimono

To be transparently open about one's plans, dealings, or intentions. I assure you that our company has opened the kimono about every aspect of our tax obligations to the state.
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open (up) (one's) kimono

To be transparently open about one's plans, dealings, or intentions. I assure you that our company has opened our kimono about every aspect of our tax obligations to the state.
See also: kimono, open

open (up) one's kimono

Sl. to reveal what one is planning. (From the computer industry, referring especially to the involvement of the Japanese in this field.) Sam isn't one to open his kimono much when it comes to new products. Even if Tom appears to open up his kimono on this deal, don't put much stock in what he says.
See also: kimono, open

open (up) one’s kimono

in. to reveal what one is planning. (From the computer industry, referring especially to the involvement of the Japanese in this field.) Even if Tom appears to open up his kimono on this deal, don’t put much stock in what he says.
See also: kimono, open, up

open one’s kimono

verb
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If you can put on a kimono you are accepted as a sophisticated woman.
The first aim of this project is to demonstrate authentic kimono beauty and elegance at one of the biggest world fashion venues, which will arouse great interest in kimono all over the world.
they wear bright long-sleeved silk kimono, floral hair accessories, long
Models struck attitude-filled poses and flaunted the lines of their kimono, including an accentuated knot on their back.
The succeeding scenes showcased Samurai-style kimonos while the scene 'Sakura, Sakura' featured Japan's trademark cherry blossom.
Limited Edition orange satin oriental print longline kimono, PS55; orange oriental floral print palazzo pants, PS40; top, PS30; necklace, PS12; shoes, PS35, riverisland.
Wearing kimono gives you a special feeling," says Koichi Urashima, general manager of Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo.
Fashion, whether it be denim kimonos and square-cut three-quarter sleeve jackets at Kenzo, judo-like trousers and wrap silk jackets at Celine, or colourblocked opulence at Louis Vuitton.
We, as a cultural centre, were originally planning a kimono show as part of a cultural exchange programme but we have now decided to focus on raising funds for victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami.
Dubai The UAE-Japan Cultural Centre in Dubai will be holding a kimono fashion show on Thursday to raise funds for the victims of the Japanese earthquake.
In a collection consisting of 40 pieces, Tetsuya included European style eveningwear, Arabic jalabiyas and colourful abayas that took their inspiration from the Japanese kimono.
Fashion and jewellery designer Sarah Abdulghani Nasser coordinated the event organised to introduce Japanese culture such as Ikebana, Tea ceremony, Kimono and Kito (a kind of musical instrument) to the guests.
Events taking place outside in the courtyard at the Mount Pleasant based venue will be a demonstration of the traditional stringed instrument the Koto by musician Sumie Kent, a haiku workshop, kimono dressing by Jill Clay and a sushi food demo from Takayasu Takemoto.
Amanda finally modelled a simple grey kimono jumper with a pair of classic straight-cut grey linen trousers.