This is a great way to hang up a kimono for decoration.
I decided instead of spending $30 - $50 online for a hanger, I would just make one myself.
First, find a plastic rod (or very lightweight metal rod) that is about the length of your kimono from the end of one sleeve, to the next.
Next, Cut out a piece of cardboard (in a giant rectangle) the exact length of your sleeve to sleeve measurement,(or a little, tiny bit shorter)
Then, using the packaging tape, attach the rod and cardboard together. Make sure they are fully attached and strong!
Slide the sleeves over the hanger, and pull tight so it has a straight line for the top. Pull out the neck cuff a little bit so it sticks straight up.
Then, put the kimono and hanger up against the wall. Make sure the top is in a straight line, not tilting. Then reach up through the sleeves and pin the cardboard to wall, right under the rod (or reach up through the sleeves, push a nail lightly through the cardboard, then take a hammer and hammer through the back on the kimono lightly)