Hello, Ichiroya newsletter readers! How are you doing? This time Iori is writing.
It's September! It looks summer has gone just to see the word 'SEPTEMBER'. No, not yet, it is still hot here in Japan. Though it is hot in daytime, it is getting cooler in the morning and night time. I hear the bell of crickets instead of the cicadas. Feel much cooler with gentle breeze at night.
This time I would like to introduce an article from our Japanese blog site. This is written by Miyuki, who is a great Kimono stylist at Ichiroya. She really loves kimono, of course wears kimono regularly, and has introduced lots of wonderful kimono coordination in her articles. So I would love to show you some of them.
This time Miyuki introduced kimono coordination for Autumn, Furisode kimono at Seijin-shiki(Coming of Age Day ceremony), and her favorite items from Kimonotte side project. I hope you'll see your favorite one from her recommendation.
It's a little bit early but January is the month we have Seijin-shiki(Coming of Age Day ceremony) in Japan. Furisode kimono is the beginning of her Kimono life. I believe many Japanese girls who turned to 20 wear this Furisode Kimono for the first time in their life to participate Seijin-shiki. It always reminds her of the excited moment. It must be a wonderful memory!
Here she introduces some wonderful Furisode coordinations.
*Refined Furisode Style
Furisode Kimono with flowers, stream and 'oshidori'(mandurin duck)
We offer colorful & unique items of Kimonotte side project. Put 'kimonotte' in the keyword bar. It is just fun to look around those eye-catching items!
*Even it has SOLD mark, it can be available if you could wait for 1-2 weeks. Contact us if you are interested in purchasing. Please feel free to ask any questions, we will be happy to e-mail you back.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
How do you like them? I hope you enjoyed her article. Thank you for reading till the end. Please have a wonderful weekend!