Hello! Apologies for writing after a long time…and thank you for being come back again to read !! Today I just would like to show, again, modern kimono brand, Jotaro Saito. He’s from Kyoto, and his father, Sansai Saito, is also an modern kimono artist. Jotaro Saito’s shop is in Ropongi, Tokyo; Kenma … More My Favorite Modern Kimono Collection
Have you ever heard the name of “Arimatsu-narumi shibori(有松鳴海絞り）”? It is a traditional tie-dyeing technique for yukata (summer kimono) and is a cotton fabric tie and spot-dyed. In Arimatsu/Narumi Shibori, techniques and methods to produce patterns vary and are greater in number than in any other similar crafts produced elsewhere in Japan. … More Arimatsu-Narumi-Shibori Yukata
Hi there! It’s rainy season in Japan, but after that the season of yukata will come again! Do you know what is yukata like? It’s casual style of kimono without lining and for summer time. That’s why, it would be good choice if you are looking for one as first try. By the … More Season of Yukata is around the corner!
You will see them more modern pop style of design pattern. Let us introduce some of “KAWAII” obi selection today 🙂 Those are all for casual occasion&daaily use. Kyo WA KKA Obi Hyakka WA KKA Obi silk Lime yellow Kyo Wakka Blue Flower Kyo WA … More Pop Design Casual Hanhaba Obi !
Hi there! This is Saori. I’m working on my handmade haneri:) Traditional kimono style is still very popular among kimono fans but I also love cooordinating with both daily cloth style and kimono like this. We can enjoy kimono more like fashion! One of my hair styling:) If you … More Saori’s Room : Handmade Haneri
Hi there! This is Saori, Kimono Coordinator. I went to see Kimono Salone in Nihonbashi the other day and let me share some photos! Did you find anything you like? There were 100 coordinates by kimono shops’ stylists or personal kimono dressers/coordinators. … More Saori’s Room : Photos from Kimono Salone!
Brilliant kimonos are popular among fans overseas, but there are lots of simple design kimonos. We would like to introduce some one them:) This seems to be simple design and called “KANOKO pattern” which is one of traditional kimono design patterns. This kimono has also simple design but you … More How about simple design kimonos?