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July 7, 2018

When I was a child, I used to smell a very favorable scent every time my mother opened the drawer of her chest. I was thinking she put some Nioibukuro (sachets) in there, but later I found out the scent was from Bochukoh (防虫香, scented mothball) instead. 

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June 22, 2018

In the premises of Nanzen-ji (南禅寺) temple, the Suirokaku (水路閣, a raised aqueduct) was built in order to complete the Biwako Sosui Bunsen (琵琶湖疏水分線, a branch of Biwako Sosui Canal) in the Meiji (明治) period.

At the time of construction, it was highly controversial because...

June 19, 2018

Hitoe (単衣, unlined Kimono) is a type of Kimono worn in June and September in Japan. In July and August, Natsumono (夏物, summer Kimono made of thin fabric, aka Usumono)is worn. Other than this hot and humid season, a type of double layered Kimono called Awase (袷, lined K...

June 2, 2018

Momi (紅絹) is a term for thin silk fabric dyed in Beni (べに, crimson red) color traditionally used for linings or underwear for female Kimono in Japan.

It is said that wearing red color keeps human body warm. I remember my grandma used to tell me, "Girls should not keep t...

May 13, 2018

My mother gave me a set of Kimono (着物) and Obi (帯, belt for kimono) adorned with extremely beautiful Suwato (汕頭) embroideries.

The embroidery was developed in the town called Suwato in China and is listed as the three famous embroideries in the country. In European high...

May 9, 2018

Sennyu-ji (泉涌寺) temple, located in the Higashiyama (東山) district, is otherwise called as "Mitera (御寺, Royal temple)", because the temple has a deep connection with the Royal family of Japan. Unryuin (雲龍院) is a sub-temple within Sennyu-ji which provides its visitors wit...

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...

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