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- “Hello, everyone / I am the Kimono Girl / This is my haiku.”
- ―Kimono Girl
The Kimono Girl is a minifigure that was released in 2011 as a part of 8804 Minifigures Series 4. She has white skin, a red robe, and the same hair as the Sumo Wrestler, but with a headband printed on the top, and a printed back. Her robe has flowers on it, and she comes with a red fan, which is a new mould.
- The Kimono Girl has printing on her back depicting her sash as it wraps around her torso.
- She is one of three female Collectable Minifigures to have back printing, the other minifigure being the Ice Skater along with the Cave Woman.
- Her hair style is the same as the Sumo Wrestler, except for the flower print.
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it.
“Hello, everyone / I am the Kimono Girl / This is my haiku.”
The Kimono Girl has the deepest respect for tradition. She has studied hard to learn exactly the way her traditional kimono robe should be worn, how her traditional makeup must be applied, and even just the right angle for holding her traditional folding fan.
The Kimono Girl’s most favorite tradition of all is haiku poetry. She writes haiku verses about everything that she sees and does during the day. She’s gotten so good at it that she can have entire conversations in lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables!