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Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.673

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Hello everyone, Ogenki desuka? This is Yoko writing.

Ah, persimmons in my garden are gone, some are eaten by my beagle Marin... and ones on top

have been eaten by crows. But oranges are ripe now and I am saving them for Oshogatsu. :)

 

We are in the last month of the year, and it will be a very busy month for ICHIROYA.

People are preparing for Christmas, end of the year parties 'Bonenkai' , New Years Eve 'Oomisoka' and the New Year ' Oshogatu'. Oh! and after Oshogatu, Seijinshiki (coming-of-age ceremony) is coming!

Many are looking for Kimono and Furisode to wear at various occasions, and ICHIROYA has everything!!!

 

We are having daily arrivals as usual, and on top of that, daily sales and some of you may have already noticed, the additional discount items!! You may find that some items you have been wanting are on sale for a really really really good price.

Please do not miss this opportunity!, grab them before they are gone!

 

You can find our additional discount items here, hurry! https://goo.gl/9OsDi9

 

We also have small goodies which are perfect for Christmas presents.

If you can order and pay this week, the order can still get to you before the Christmas.

Thanks to Yuka's newsletter! Many Hanten were sold after her newsletter, but we still have a few more left.

My kids cannot live without Hanten in winter. hehehe

(Please make sure to specify EMS as shipping method if you need them before the Christmas. Isoide!!)

 

Hanten for women

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347277/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347280/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347283/

 

Hanten for men

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347277/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347301/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347302/

 

Samue size Extra Large (comfortable room wear for men)

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/326009/

 

Samue size Large

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/348967/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/330037/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/330038/

 

Samue size Medium

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/326005/

 

Purse

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/344786/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345066/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/344380/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345067/

 

Owl Bean Bags

www.ichiroya.com

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/320438/

 

As you know, I spent most of my childhood in Nara, and Nara is a wonderful city to live.

You know there is the famous Todaiji temple and Nara park with deers freely strolling around. Oh, you cannot miss Horyuji temple in Ikaruga city.

 

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Have you been to Horyuji? Horyuji (Horyu Temple) was built during the Asuka period (A.D.mid 6th-beginning of 8th c.) and it is known to be the world's oldest surviving wooden structures!

I enjoy visiting old temples, but you know what I also enjoy? I very much enjoy walking through the town surrounds the historical places. Old housings and how land has been preserved are something to appreciate!

 

There are more special things about Nara. City next to Ikaruga is Kouryo and you know what is Kouryo famous for?

Kouryo is the largest producer of Kutsushita(socks) in Japan!! A very small city, but there are many Kutsushita factories.

Yes, socks! everyone wears socks! And twice a year, they have a very cozy Kutsushita festival and sells well made socks, nylons, and leggins at a very reasonable price. Some are designers brands, and I enjoy looking at them being beautifully displayed.

The event was held past weekend, and here are a few photos for you to see, however unfortunately, when I went to the event on Sunday, it was raining really hard and there were only small crowds of people there ... sadly....

The event is normally packed with people! I swear!!!!

 

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Here are some Kimono and Haori with epic scenery or Tokaido stations motifs which I enjoy dearly!!

 

Scenery

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/303333/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/312999/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/327638/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/274908/

 

Tokaido

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/285248/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/271865/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346982/

 

 

Arigato gozaimasu for reading til the end.

Have a very very happy holidays to you and your family.

Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.672

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 Kimono #330298 Kimono Flea Market Ichiroya

 

 Dear Ichiroya newsletter readers,


This is Nagisa from Ichiroya. Hi! There is only one month left this year, and Christmas is around the corner. The other day, I went to the Marimekko exhibition in Nishinomiya, Hyogo. As you know, Marimekko is a famous textile bland in Finland. (Santa Claus lives in Finland, right?) The lovely flower pattern named Unikko is designed in the motif of a poppy. Poppy design can be seen on kimonos and obis too, and they are also cute and charming! However, poppy is a spring flower, so it is too early to introduce these items. Instead of that, I'd like to talk about my friend Cica.

(Well, I think this Meisen Kimono #330298 on top of this page reminds us of Scandinavian design. The kimono is considered to be from around mid Showa-1920-30). It also reminds us of European Christmas

OK then, Cica is my friend from high school days, and she loves Hokuo (Scandinavia) too much. She is a full time office worker(She working at a large enterprise known throughout Japan.), and a manager of her own online shop 'Dill+' which sells daily goods of Scandinavian brand names. Also, she works at a cafe as a waitress every other Saturday to make her dreams come true. (She aims to open a store in Scandinavia. Sushi bar, Japanese style cafe, tourist home, etc...Anyways, she has lots of dreams!) Furthermore, she is a blogger, and she suggests Scandinavian lifestyle in the name of 'Shumatsu Hokuoubu' (Scandinavian Weekend). She hosts Scandinavian events once a month. 'KALSARIKÄNNIT' is one of them. Do you know what does the word means? It means that to drink alone in only underwear. She did it with some girls who were influenced by her blog. (Most of them were strangers to each other at that time.)

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Here is a photo of her Halloween party. How mysterious! I want to join the party someday! Then, she will take a part of Scandinavian fair at one of the  famous department stores in Osaka. I'm proud of her! I think it is wonderful thing to spread other culture. I wish I could do it through this newsletter...

So, I'd like to talk about Japanese casual wear brand name 'Uniqlo'. Have you ever bought something at Uniqlo in Japan or your own country? I depend on Uniqlo's underwear through the year. That's why I couldn't live without Uniqlo. In this July, a new Uniqlo store opened at Disney Springs in Florida. Lots of typical Japanese items are sold at the store. Yukata, fan, paper craft kit of Japanese armor, and so on. Not only shopping, you can enjoy various trial classes or events of Japanese culture. I hear that a couple of kimonos are displayed in the store. One is a Furisode style for women, and the other is Hakama style for men.

You can see the photo here.
http://www.hokkoku.co.jp/subpage/K20160803304.htm
Yes, they are look like Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse! (The web page says that the kimonos are scheduled to be displayed for 6 month. So, they should be still there!)

These Kimonos were designed by Hitoshi Maida, a Kaga Yuzen dyer. Kaga Yuzen is a traditional dyeing technique. Bird, grass and flower are dyed realistically with five colors called Kaga Gosai. Beautiful ombre dyeing and warm-eaten leaves are feature of kaga Yuzen. Some are here!

< Irotomesode Kimono >
http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/324439/
http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/290887/

< Houmongi Kimono >
http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/302196/
http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/309293/
http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/264566/

In Japan, Irotomesode and Houmongi are worn at formal occasions. Please enjoy these formal Kimonos on Christmas, new year's day or your special days!

Thank you for reading to the end. There is just one more thing. Recently, I watched the movie 'Inferno', and I wonder if I should buy a mickey design watch which is worn by professor Langdon. I wish Santa Claus gives me the watch!

 

Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.671

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Hello, ICHIROYA News Letter Readers!
This is Mei again :D How have you been? I'm fine, and still enormous appetite since autumn.( it's for cold winter! haha)

Last week, I went to one art festival in Mt.Rokko, Kobe, Hyogo. That is "Rokko Meets Art 2016".
Well...it was extreme cold! I went there with my usual trip friends. Last trip, it was heavy raining. Other time, it was storm. May be each of us have special power. Noooo! I want another special power like Harry Potter! haha

 

Here are some photos of the art festival. 

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Today's top photo is one of them. Do you know "UFO yakisoba"? It is an instant noodles of Nissin Food Products Company (I am sure you know `Cup Noodle' that is their product!)in Japan. Look at that! UFO fallen down in the lake! ... Did you notice? UFO of yakisoba, and of Unidentified Flying Object. We really liked it and took many photos. Finally, we danced "UFO" of "Pink Lady" in front of that. If you are interested in UFO dance, and UFO yakisoba, please check at You Tube or Google.

https://youtu.be/NgmXvr2BWb8

Anyway, it was really fun festival. We rode cable cars and met many unique arts. Look at the 4th photo.

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It is me and my favorite animal. That animal is made by Atsuhiko Misawa, a famous sculptor. When I saw it, I was just surprised. Because I met his animals before at Takamatsu Art Museum in Kagawa. So I tried to take a same photo like before. That is the 5th photo.

 

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There were many foreign tourists at Mt.Rokko. If you wanna come to there, please check the more information in their HP. Because it is only in autumn. Day time is of course interesting. But night time is also amazing! You can see many photos of their HP, Instagram, and so on.

So, today I wanna introduce some items with "animals" and "mountain" design!

At first, "animals" like by Mr.Misawa.
(1) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/339803/ : Tsumugi Nagoya Obi
(2) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/321534/ : Shioze Nagoya Obi
(3) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347015/ : Tsumugi Fukuro Obi
(4) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/265987/ : Komon Kimono
(5) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/324248/ : Tsumugi Kimono

Next, "mountain" like from Mt.Rokko.
(1) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346881/ : Fukuro Obi
(2) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346267/ : Tsume-Tsuzure Nagoya Obi
(3) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/337902/ : Full-Shibori Haori
(4) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345536/ : Houmongi Kimono
(5) http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/344003/ : Houmongi Kimono

 

Did you find your favorite item? If you did, I'm so glad :D <3
Thank you for always reading until the end. See you next time!

Mei

Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.670

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Keiko | Flickr

 

Hello, this is Mitsue. How are you? It is getting cooler and cooler, and we feel autumn sky which is clear and serene. But auntum sky is easy to change, so it is often compare to a woman's heart. Do you agree to it?

The other day, I enjoyed orange picking with friends in Taishicho. Actually orange means mandarine orange generally in Japan. Taishicho is located just about 30 min by car or train from our company. This year oranges are full harvest, and many kindergarten or nursery school children were enjoying on an excursion. After picking oranges, we visited Taima-dera and ate Kamameshi (boiled pot rice) for lunch. Taima-dera is famous for 'Botan'(peony) in spring, and the garden scenery is so beautiful. On the way home, we ate delicious zenzai (sweet red beans soup with mochi). It was so fun going outdoor with friend on a beautiful day. We go to orange picking every year in this season, and I hope to go there as possible as I can climb the hill. Training! training!

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Mikan trees

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The view of Tondabayashi from Mikan hill

 

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Taoima dera temple

 

 

 

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Kamameshi rice

 

 

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Zenzai with mochi

 

 

Well, what do you imagine from the number of 7,5 and 3?
In Japan, 7-5-3(Shichi-go-san) is an annual event to celebrate healthy growth and wish longevity for three and seven-year-old girls, and three and five-year-old boys.
It is said the ceremony started in Muromachi era(1338-1573), and spread among samurai family and strong merchants in Edo era(1603-1867), and became common to people in Meiji era(1868-1912). It used to be celebrate on November 15th, but nowadays it is often celebrate on weekends or holidays in November.

Children usually dress up in kimono or hakama and go to shrines or temples to pray for their healthy growth and longevity with their parents. They also take commemorative pictures at a photo studio.

 

Three-year-old children have a ceremony called Kamioki, which means“to let down one's hair.” The children start to grow longer hair. In Edo era, there was a custom to shave children's hair until three years old.

 

Five-year-old sons have a ceremony called Hakamagi. Hakamagi means“ to wear hakama“. Hakama is a formal divided skirt worn by men. Boys start wearing hakama when they became five years old.

 

Seven-year-old daughters have a ceremony called Himo-otoshi or Obi-toki. Until the age of seven, girls use strings to tie their kimono, but they start to use obi.

 

On 7-5-3(Shichi-go-san), children eat Chitose Ame, thin and long red and white candies. They symbolize healthy growth and longevity.
Red and white are considered to auspicious colors in Japan.

 


Chitose Ame is in a big long bag with drawings of cranes and turtles as a symbol of longevity, or pine tree, bamboo and plum as symbols of auspice.

When I was a child, I wore kimono on 7-5-3 with my sister. Also I used to wear kimono on New Year's Day, and go for greetings to relatives with my family. It is a good memories of my childhood.

I found a cute photo of a boy holding chitoseame.

You cannot see the colors from this photo but children are holding long bag of chitoseame like this boy! (The photo is probably from the time when I was a little child!) Look at his happy face!

 

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downtown express | Flickr

 

 

How about letting children wear kimono on New Year's Day?
ICHIROYA has lots of cute and charming kimono for boys and girls.
We hope children will enjoy wearing kimono on special days.

For 3 year's girl (7-5-3 set)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/339078/

 

For 5 year's boy (7-5-3 set)

http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/339081/
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/339083/


Vintage kimono for girls
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345945/ (vibrant seasonal flowers)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/344406/ (shell matching & flowers)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/318434/ (flower cart & flower ball)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/320840/ (large ume)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/302012/ (butterfly, hand drum, flower)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/334686/ (Japanese instrument, flower)

Kimono Vest for 3 year's girl-small girls look cute with those vest and kimono!
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/291150/
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/291151/

Vintage kimono for boys
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345025/ (Kintaro & toy)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/281208/ (horse race)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/296946/ (treasure boat, summer)
http://japan.ichiroya.com/item/list2/283971/ (matsu & crane, hitoe)

As for boy's vintage kimono, mostly they have war pattern and some prominent flaws such as stains and patinas. I think most of them are not suitable for wearing. They are usually used for materials or collections.

Hope you enjoy our newsletter every week! Thank you for reading till the end.
Have a nice day!

 

 

Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.669

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Hello from Yuka. Ogenki desuka? How are you? I am very happy to write this newsletter this time. The past newsletters written by our young staff are so interesting, and this time it is my turn, I am writing this newsletter as one grandmother(Ichiro and I are now grandparents of three grandchildren).

 

I like to talk about Okuizome today.
Okuizome is a ceremony held after around 100 to 120 days after a new baby's birth.

In this ceremony, the special meal is prepared and the baby is made to pretend to eat the meal with parents' hope that this baby will never need to worry about food during a lifetime.

 

Our younger daughter Mugi got married to Norihiro(they were junior high school class mates!) and their baby boy, Jin had this ceremony the other day.

Norihiro's grandmother, Teru san flew from Kagoshima to meet her family and today we all got together to celebrate her 88th birthday & Jin's Okuizome!

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BEIJU - 88 years of age is called BEIJU and we celebrate this age especially because of the Kanji.
Bei, the Kanji character for rice is written using the characters for eight, ten, eight and is often referred to as the "rice birthday". Ju means longevity. So 88th birthday is considered to be blissful and special.

We had these two special event together at a Japanese food restaurant near our house.

Look at the meal(the top photo)-- you can see dishes and also a stone on the small dish in the middle. The stone was from a shrine where Jin had his first time visit (it is like Christening in Shinto). The stone is served wishing the baby had strong teeth(as we wrote, the food are served to the baby to make him pretend to eat, so is the stone too).

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Teru san, Jin's great grandmother touched each food and stone with chopsticks and touched Jin's lips.

Norihiro's parents, sisters and the families including Jin's cousin Kasumi and us (Ichiro and me)had this celebration together, enjoyed the lunch, talked and saw the family album together. It was such a lovely moment to see the four generations(Jin, Norihiro, Norihiro's mother-Yoko san and Terusan-Yoko san's mother).
Jin smiled to Teru san a lot, he seemed to know Teru san was his great grandmother!

You may have noticed, Teru san's vest is made of kimono fabric (It is Oshima tsumugi, very fine woven pattern fabric - Oshima tsumugi is very strong and can be taken apart and tailor repeatedly).

The urushi bowls used above were given from my grandmother when I had Okuizome, so the set is very old, but Mugi wanted to use the urushi bowls instead of new bowls. The bowls are 56 years old! Norihiro's mother prepared the food (cooked vegetables, sekihan rice and noodles). It was a big family day celebrating special moment of Jin and Teru san together!

 

 

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We have more Christmas gift ideas from Ichiroya this week!

How about light and comfortable home wear-`HANTEN'. Those type of home jacket is very popular in Japan.

Hanten is quite light like down jacket and so roomy and SOOOO relaxing!

See, Ichiroya staff also enjoy wearing Hanten:

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We have

 

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These are reversible-both sides have charming patterns.Hanten are `UNISEX' item and you can wear over your usual clothing.

It is washable, just be careful the colors may come out a little at the beginning, so please wash hanten separately at first.

They are basically free-size - this time we have size M and L and size L is quite big!


http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347273/

We have cool design hanten - perfect for your men friend!

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347296/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347304/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/347302/

They are light and the shipping cost is reasonable(registered Standard shipping to USA or Europe is US $12.60.


However if you do not need the registration, we can ship without it to save on your shipping cost!
We have this option of `non-register SAL' for hanten shipping, and you can reduce US $3.70 for the shipping.
(Some countries do not have SAL shipping option, please ask us if you have questions about shipping)
Please let us know by email if you do not need registered shipping. We can give you another payment link to complete.

You can enter `hanten' as keyword to see more hanten we have.

http://www.ichiroya.com/

 

If you have kimono lover friends, how about cute hair accssories as Christmas gift?


Enchanting kanzashi:

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346616/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346618/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346617/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346619/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345920/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345921/

(you can check more by using keyword `kanzashi' at our search corner)


If your friend (men) wear haori, how about these cool haori ties for Christmas gift?
They are magnet type. Who can tell they are magnet????

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346612/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346613/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/346614/

 

We have chirimen eyeglasses case - many of them were sold, we only have 4 left now:

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345913/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345914/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345908/

http://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345909/

At our accessories section, there are obijime tie, various elegant collars and many other cute stuff. Obiage sash are used as scarf too. You may get inspiration for Christmas gift there! Of course we have all kinds of kimono and obi too and adding new arrivals as usual.

Domo arigato gozaimasu,  thank you very much for reading our newsletter.

We wish you a wonderful new week!

Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.668

 

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Special Price! Charming 5 Beaded Bag Set
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/344529/

 

 Dear Ichiroya newsletter readers,

This is Mari. I can't believe that October is almost over! We have only two more month to go. Did you already started Christmas shopping? We always have last minutes
shoppers at Ichiroya in December. Please note that post offices all over the
world will be extreamely busy around the time. We can't guarantee to deliver our items on time if we ship them in December. Express shipping (EMS) is highly recommended for Christmas gift. Just keep it in your mind please.

 

For those who haven't come up with any good Christmas gift ideas yet,
followings are Ichiroya's recommended items. All of them are cute, small, light and
reasonable price items which don't cost much shipping fee.
We hope you will find something you can make your loved ones smile with.

Enjoy your holiday season!

 

Eyeglasses case

www.ichiroya.com

another color:

https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345914/

 

"Kanzashi" (hair accessory)

 

www.ichiroya.com

www.ichiroya.com


Lovely Traditional Pattern 2 Pouch Set

www.ichiroya.com

There are more, please check them!
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345068/

Charming Chirimen Yuzen Pochette
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345074/
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/345083/

Special Price! Charming 5 Beaded Bag Set
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/344529/

Enjoy your holiday season!

 

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Today, I would like to show you guys a case of using Kimono or kimono fabric for interior design. One of our customers sent us pictures of her kichen.
She put kimono fabric on the wall. Followings are the pictures of her kichen.

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Isn't it cool? We never imagine that we can use kimono fabric
as a wall paper. It looks like she used "Kurotomesode" fabric.
As you know, "Kurotomesode" is the most formal kimono for married women. The continuous pattern is very gorgeous yet elegant. The pattern can decor your home, office or any space very well with exotic taste.

Followings are the "Karinui"(kimono fabric cut into Kurotomesode shape and stitched roughly) of kurotomesode which you can use as hand craft or interior decolation
material.

www.ichiroya.com

www.ichiroya.com

and there are more!

https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/342804/
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/342806/
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/342662/
https://www.ichiroya.com/item/list2/338980/

Why don't you try to use them with your creativity?

kimonotte キモノッテ新着!コウモリと音楽♫

 

こちらから在庫あり(即納!)商品が一挙公開! 一度にご覧いただけます。

kimonotte factory(キモノッテファクトリー)by ICHIROYA

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 京袋帯と半幅帯のお作りがあるものについては、それぞれ「京袋帯」か「半幅帯」を選んでクリックしてください。

 

♫♫♫♫♫♫ こちらほやほやの↓こちら新着 即納品でーす 

 

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コウモリと音楽 半幅 紫

 

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コウモリと音楽 半幅 ビビッドピンク

 

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コウモリと音楽 京袋帯 紫

 

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コウモリと音楽 京袋帯 紺