A kimono shop with a cafe in Meguro!

Kasoyo is the kimono shop with a old folk house style cafe in Meguro, Tokyo.

They stick to a traditional technique of dyeing called the “chusen” for this year’s yukata selection.

The chusen technique involves pouring dyes in a pattern. This technique is used for yukata and tenugui.

Please take a look at the yukata selection.

Their yukata look more soft, natural, and simple but colorful!

Go to the menu bar on the top,

and select the seventh menu “浴衣百撰”,

then go to the link in  the square on the right side.

(It’s created Flash, so direct link is unavailable!)

Also our personal shopping service is available for you!

How we help?

<Online Assistance> If you look for a yukata…

1. We’ll send you a consulting sheet via e-mail.

2. Fill it out, and send it back to us.

3. We’ll start searching for what you look for.

4. Propose 5 kinds of yukata.

5. If you find one you love, we help your shopping online when needed.

<At a shop> If you look for a yukata…

1. We’ll send you a consulting sheet via e-mail.

2. Fill it out, and send it back to us.

3. Meet with us at a store.

4. Help your shopping for 2 hours.

for more detail, please visit Personal shopping service!

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Enjoy!!

went for the kimono sale!

I went for the sale of kimono this morning.
sooooo many people in the store, so better not wearing in kimono…

This is “Arimatsu” yukata, which is tie-dyeing cotton kimono.

A tie-dyeing yukata is high  quality compared to just  regular yukata of cotton.

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