Kimono Flea Market ICHIROYA's News Letter No.768

Konnichiwa everyone! Ogenki desuka? 
This is Yoko writing this week's newsletter.  Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend. :)
Typhoon season seems to be finally over, and I am starting to enjoy the smell of Autumn, crispness in the air and changes in colors of the leaves.
Above all, Danjiri is going to happen this weekend, and it looks like the weather is going to be really nice throughout the weekend. Yokatta!
Personally, I think this time of year is the best time to visit Japan.  
Weather is not too cold, high humidity has gone, and above all, food tastes great in Autumn! Onaka ippai!!
My kids love Nabe pot dishes and Takoyaki, especially when the weather is cold.
Did you know that almost all household in Osaka have Takoyaki maker at home?
We had Takoyaki for dinner just yesterday, and instead of Tako, octopus, we put ingredients like diced cut sausages, natto, cheese, and Kimchee in our Takoyaki.
I also love Kimchee Nabe! (yes I like spicy food), and I enjoy putting Tofu, green onions, bean sprouts, cabbage and ramen noodles together in Nabe.   Are you getting hungry yet??
Oh! by the way! did you notice that we lowered prices of some of our Kimonotte items? 
All Haneri and Obiage are now US $16 each!!!  Sugoi!
Even if you see some are already sold out, we can still print them right here in our building, so please feel free to inquire us.

I am sure you have seen our new set of three Kimonotte Koshihimo?  
Most have already been sold, but we are making more with different patterns now, so please keep an eye out for our new listings!!!
Yoroshiku Onegai Shimasu!
By the way! have you been to the Nishijin Kaikan, Nishijin Textile Center, in Kyoto? 
I heard that this place is one of the places that foreign tourists want to visit the most. 
This place introduce beauty of Nishijin weaving and exhibit gorgeous Kimono and Obi.  They even have Kimono shows!!
If you get a chance to visit Japan, this place is a MUST place to go!!!


Here are some of our items of Nishijin.
I will post some photos of Danjiri Matsuri in my next newsletter! 
Thank you so much for reading til the end! 
 Have a wonderful weekend!