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May 1, 2018

In kyoto, May is the month for Aoi Matsuri (葵祭, Aoi Festival), one of the three famous festivals in Kyoto, along with the other two, namely Jidai Matsuri (時代祭り, Festival of the Ages) and Gion Matsuri (祇園祭). It is said that, in the Heian (平安) period during which Ge...

April 24, 2018

Children in Kimono are so cute, aren't they?

Since children grow up very quickly, child Kimono are usually made bigger than the average size, and an arrangement called Kataage (肩揚げ, making tucks at the shoulder to arrange the length) is made. Likewise, the sleeves are...

April 22, 2018

Musubi (結び, Tying) techniques are deeply rooted in many aspects of Japanese culture, such as knots for Obi (帯) belts for Kimono, decorative knots for Kimono accessories like Obiage/Obijime (帯揚げ/帯締め), Furoshiki (風呂敷, Japanese wrapping cloth) ties, Mizuhiki (水引) tie...

April 18, 2018

Tabi (足袋) is a term for traditional socks unique to Japan, which is indispensable for Kimono (着物) style. Dating back to the Nara period, socks like we wear today was introduced from China, and was developed into Tabi shape later. Generally, white tabi is widely used, a...

April 17, 2018

Kamon (家紋) is a collective term for family emblems in Japan to express lineages, pedigrees, tiltes of the family. When I hear the term Kamon, it reminds me of the famous history TV drama, on which villans prostrate on the ground as the disguised Sho...

April 14, 2018

Here's a funny story about Tasukigake (たすき掛け). I was speaking about Tasukigake as in tucking up Kimono sleeves with a string called Tasuki so as not to stain the sleeves, whereas my friend was referring to it as a method of factorization of math. For we don't wear...

April 5, 2018

I was surprised to know that Kusaki zome (草木染め, a method of dyeing with plants' roots, flowers and seeds), is actually not only with plants, but also with vegetable skins and insects. 

Ever since the Heian (平安) period, Kusaki zome method has been traditionally...

April 2, 2018

The cold winter has gone and finally the hint of spring is in the air. The Sakura (cherry blossom) season is soon be coming. 

Sakura flower and we Japanese have inseparable connection with each other. It's an announcement of spring for us, and at the same time, Sakura f...

March 30, 2018

In the world of Kabuki (歌舞伎, classical Japanese theater drama), costumes play a significant role to make distinction between each role. With only one glance at gorgeous costumes which can make you sigh, you know the actor in the costume is playing a role of princess or...

March 28, 2018

In Japanese language, the term Tashinami (n. 嗜み)has several meanings. It is a modest way to express having some knowledge of something, or sometimes it means modesty itself.

When dressed in Kimono, your movement is restricted because of the tightness, however, the restr...

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〒600-8104 128, Manjujicho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Japan

Horario de atención al cliente 10:00~19:30 (entrada hasta las 6pm)

※Horario de atención al cliente cambiará a las 10: 00 ~ 18: 30 (entrada antes de las 5 pm) a partir del 11 de mayo de 2019.

Cerrado del 31 de Diciembre al 3 de Enero

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