Is this your first time trying out kimono fashion? Are you having a hard time deciding between our kimono, robes, fashion & home collections? Worry not: here are some easy tips breaking down all the details you need to know!
SHOP THE LOOK | Red Lilies Yukata
A yukata is essentially a lightweight form of kimono, which is worn casually indoors, or even outdoors during the summer. They are made from thinner, lighter material than the traditional silk kimono, which makes them comfortable and easier to wash. Yukata are usually worn without extra layers, with simple underwear and no tabi socks.
Our yukata are vibrant but also chic, and simple in silhouette, making them ultra easy to customize. Available in standard and plus sizes, and are shipped to you gift-wrapped in Japanese washi paper! Explore our How to Wear Kimono video tutorial and kimono size guide to make sure you know your size and can get ready to hit the street straight away. Also, take a look at our yukata styling tips video tutorial to learn more!
Vintage Japanese Kimono
SHOP THE LOOK | Vintage Silk Kimono
We have handpicked every one-of-a-kind traditional kimono in our vintage collection. We conduct rigorous quality inspection and only select genuine Japanese kimono that are of exceptional value and condition. We are proud of all our vintage silk kimono, which truly embody the rare treasure of wearable art.
Every vintage kimono has been professionally cleaned and is beautifully gift-wrapped in Japanese washi paper. We offer free shipping worldwide for all our vintage kimono.
Washable Japanese Kimono
SHOP THE LOOK | Tancho Crane Kimono
Our washable Japanese kimono are designed by some of the most respected Kyoto makers. Crafted from high-quality polyester, these women’s kimono are thicker with a comfortable inner lining that will keep you warm in the colder months and never lose their shape. They are shipped to you gorgeously gift-wrapped in Japanese washi paper.
Purposefully designed for everyday life, our kimono are easy to put on, and easy to put away too: learn how to fold kimono here.
SHOP THE LOOK | Diamond Weave Obi
What Jackets Go Well With Kimono?
SHOP THE LOOK | Vintage Haori Kimono Jacket
Haori jackets are designed to be worn over kimono. This means they can be worn loosely over any clothing, from a thin T-shirt, to a warm winter sweater.
The jacket is hand-dyed using the painstaking shibori technique. This involves tying up parts of the fabric before it is immersed into to create intricate patterns between the dyed sections and raw fabric. Each of the hundreds of tiny dots you see has been hand-tied to create this fascinating pattern.
SHOP THE LOOK | Hanten Padded Jacket
The Kurume hanten is the highest quality traditional kimono-style padded jacket for contemporary living.
This hanten padded jacket is carefully handmade stitch by stitch and filled with Kurume cotton padding, which will not slip. This thick natural padding not only retains heat well, but will also puff back up to its original volume with a little warmth from the sun. The lining is also cotton to ensure you will be both warm and comfortable.
SHOP THE LOOK | Japanese Gold Robe
Crafted by Kyoto’s renowned kimono makers, these Japanese kimono robes are the perfect choice for those who enjoy the stunning beauty of traditional kimono patterns, and the luxury of tailored loungewear.
Three-quarter length robes are available in size S/M suitable for US sizes 0-12, and L/XL for sizes 14-20. Full-length robes are suitable for US sizes 8-20 and include free shipping anywhere in the world, gorgeously gift-wrapped in Japanese washi paper.
This has to be the most customizable of all the kimono iterations, the knee-length robe with its matching belt can be easily paired with a chic basic outfit for a splash of vibrant color. The premium quality of the cotton-satin means it is very comfortable and makes for a beautiful nightgown or one-of-a-kind loungewear.
SHOP THE LOOK | Yuzen Silk Clutch
We carefully curate the best Japanese kimono brands and artists including magnificent silk brocade wallets, makeup bags and clutches by the award-winning Tatsumura Textiles. Take a look at our furoshiki, the finest Japanese wrapping cloths, and the masterpieces of tenugui towels. You also have the option of free shipping to wherever you are in the world on all orders over $99!
The elegant silk clutch above, handcrafted in Kyoto by Tomoko Fujii of RITOFU, showcases the technique of kyo-yuzen, a 17th century method of handpainting kimono fabric unique to Kyoto. An artful blend of Japanese tradition and contemporary fashion; pair this versatile clutch with formal evening wear, casual attire, or even your kimono or yukata.