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New Collection Summer/23

There is something in our selection for any preference or occasion, with patterns ranging from traditional flower motifs to contemporary geometric prints.

We want you to fall in love with a kimono

We think that everyone should be able to enjoy the beauty and sophistication of a Japanese kimono. As a consequence, we have a variety of designs and sizes to fit each personality and body shape. Our goal is to offer the best possible kimonos and other Japanese-inspired products to our clients, showing the beautiful production and classic beauty of traditional Japanese fashion.

Woman in a kimono
Woman in a kimono
Woman in a kimono

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  • What is a kimono?

    The kimono is a traditional Japanese garment, named from ki (“wear”) and mono (“thing”). Kimonos have different styles and designs. They are traditionally hand-sewn in a “T” shape using four fabric pieces called tans and fastened with an obi, or belt. The contemporary kimono is a versatile garment that can be worn as a standalone piece to elevate the comfort of your leisure attire. It also pairs beautifully with various ensembles – from beachwear to Western clothes like jeans – infusing the allure of Japanese fashion into your daily looks.

  • How to style a kimono?

    A modern kimono is designed to be layered with your existing wardrobe, allowing you to mix and match based on your preferences. For a harmonious look, consider the color palette and embroidery of the kimono. If the kimono features a reserved color like black, white, solid blue, or grey, you may pair it with brighter pieces. However, if your kimono features eye-catching designs or embroidery, we advise styling it with versatile neutral-toned items for a balanced appearance.

  • How do I choose the right size?

    To ensure our kimono fits you right, use our size chart as a guide. If you’re seeking a more oversized style, opt for one size up from your usual.

  • How should I care for and clean my kimono?

    Our kimono can be easily machine washed. We recommend using the delicate mode for the additional safety of the embroidery.

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