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I came across the English term "kimono date" (example 1, 2, 3), and I assume it's the English translation of a Japanese phrase. Is the equivalent Japanese "着物デート", and does it mean a romantic date done while wearing a kimono (or a yukata)?

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And does it mean a romantic date done while wearing a kimono (or a yukata)?

Yes, it's exactly as you guessed.

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