Hello Everyone! I’m new here. This week is my third week here in Japan.
One of many things I realized after three weeks living in Japan is that Japanese people dress themselves very nicely and their style vary from each other. To me, Japanese people seem to put a lot of attention to fashion and their clothes. That’s why I’d like to show you Indonesian traditional clothes.
Indonesia has more than 700 tribes that’s spread out in 33 provinces in Indonesia. Each tribe usually has their own traditional clothes that’s unique and differs from each other. Does that mean you need to visit every province to see the traditional clothes? Worry not, you don’t need to do that. You can just visit Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) that’s located in our capital city, Jakarta. TMII has more than 50 collections of Indonesian traditional clothes. You can check some of them in the picture I took there below. In TMII, you can also find miniature of Indonesian traditional house, cultural exhibition, and many more.
If you are planning to go to Jakarta or just interested in Indonesian culture, just comment below. Maybe I can give you some tips! ;)