Merry Christmas in KIMONO

It was just commonsense to me to wear ZORI (Japanese sandals) for KIMONO, however...

Lately I've grown accustomed to combinations such as a pair of boots, colorful and patterned TABI (KIMONO socks) and GETA (Japanese wooden clogs), with KIMONO.

If I take a look on retro pictures of my mother and grandmother who wore KIMONO daily, I can see how open minded they were in terms of coordinates. Of course, a pair of white TABI is indispensable for formal occasions, but patterned and/or thermals TABIs can give you more variety of joy for daily use. I mean, just as you find some fun in choosing which pretty socks to wear today. In this season, YUMEYAKATA offers you a special edition of TABI made of velvet fabric.

The other day, I came across a very pretty KIMONO display in a store window (shown at the picture below). The KIMONO was in navy, and the OBI (belt) and the bag was in the same green pattern. There was a golden sash along with the OBI, and a red beret on top. On the chest, a red broach was swinging, and the collar was a layer of three different colors in red, green and gold.

I couldn't help stood still for a while. That was...oh, so pretty! I wish I could copy this style and go to a Christmas party to catch every girl's envious eyes!

Alquiler de Kimonos en Kioto YUMEYAKATA│Gojo Shop

〒600-8103 京都市下京区塩竈町353     Acceso


353, Shiogama-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Japan

Horario de atención al cliente 10:00~17:30 (entrada hasta las 16pm)

Cerrado del 31 de Diciembre al 3 de Enero

Línea Telefónica en el extranjero(English) 075-354-9110

FAX 075-354-8506


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