What is needed for dressing Kimono (women)

This image is copyright by Kahori OchiLeft side: Under Layer         Right side: Over Layer              9 Maeita 1000yen⑬帯揚げ (おびあげ): [obiage] A delicate cloth that is laid over the ‘pillow’ (used when tying the obi) and is tied in the front of the obi; is meant to show slightly above the top section of Read more…

Staff

 Team Sakaeya  Ehime: A cat and CEO of Sakaeya as well as a mother of two managers.    Green eyes, good shaped body, great job for Sakaeya and to kiddies. Therefor Kahori thinks Miranda Kerr is like Ehime! Ehime is looking for 4D to escape the home.   Teio: A sun of Ehime Read more…

Type difference and items

There are various types of kimono, and there are special types of belts thatcorrespond with these kimono types.  小紋(こもん): [komon] Short sleeved kimono that have vibrant patterns on the fabric and can be worn for various occasions, as well as simply going out.   色無地(いろむじ): [iromuji] A solid color kimono; the fabric has no designs on it, and Read more…

History of Kimono by Kahori

Japan and the Kimono.  “Kimono” the Japanese national costume, originated from China. About 14000 years ago, during the Asuka era (around 600 to 700), the Kimono was introduced with Buddhism. At that time, Kimonos were worn by some aristocrats as a political strategy. By wearing the Kimono they were showing their Read more…

Yukata buying

Brand new Yukata can be offered on the same day. If you are interested in it, please give me these info til 2 hours before your coming. -Out going or sleeping -each gender and height and hip circumstance in centimeter INFO@KIMONO-SAKAEYA.COM  OR USE THIS PAGE TELL +81 (0)70-5556-4393  10:30AM TO 17:00PM (GMT+9)  One Read more…