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Interview with a kimono influencer

Taking Over Tokyo’s Fashion Scene From a small town in northern Germany to the massive metropolis of Tokyo, Anji SALZ, who calls herself a “kimono influencer,” told us about the latest trends in the kimono...

Modern kimono styling

The kimono is a timeless garment that can be passed down from generation to generation. While there are many different types of kimono styles have changed over the years. The traditional During the early 20th...

Moshi Moshi Kimono Salon produced by Yumenoya in Harajuku!

Starting Saturday, September 10th, the new Kimono Salon located on the 2nd floor of the “Moshi Moshi Harajuku Tourist Information Center” opened its doors to provide a unique and unforgettable experience to their customers! Immerse...

Meisen – The Funky Kimono

The "Meisen" style silk kimono was the most popular garment during the 1920's and 1930's when people still wore kimono daily. It is very different from all the other kimonos which always had a...

Know Your Kimono (5) – Kimono Etiquette

You're all dressed up in a beautiful kimono, you're in touch with the seasons and you are wearing everything correctly. Time to make your kimono debut. Wait! Do you know how to act while wearing...

Know Your Kimono (4) – The Rules

Now that you know the basics to get dressed, you need to know the Kimono Rules. Yes, there is a list of rules concerning the kimono. But nowadays these rules are ignored to make...

Know Your Kimono (3): Footwear

Japanese traditional footwear was invented by the Chinese and then came over to Japan. Nowadays you won't see many Japanese people with traditional footwear unless they're wearing a kimono of course. Tabi (socks with the big...

Know Your Kimono (2): The Obi

Last time we talked about the different types of kimonos. Now we will look at how you tie them. Just as with the kimono, there is an obi for every occasion. And every kimono needs...

Know Your Kimono: 9 Different types of Kimono

Kimono literally means "something that is worn" - but there are many types of kimono worn on different occasions. The basis of the kimono is, of course, the kimono robe itself. There are various kimono patterns and...

Wear A Kimono In Tokyo

Always wanted to wear a kimono but don't know how or where to go? Just make a booking with Japanese culture lecturer Shino Fukuyama who teaches Japanese and foreigners alike how to wear a kimono...