We love to teach people who to wear kimono in a manner that is traditional and respectful of Japanese culture. One of the things we love to share with our customers and students is a 'secret'. This 'secret' is that they are allowed and encourage to create their own obi knots and styles. Kimono and obi are fashion, and fashion is fluid and about expressing yourself.
Instragram has a large Japanese community who love kimono and frequently post about them. One of our personal
As many of you know, we are developing an exclusive line of tabi socks. These designs are also being carried over to lanyards, and bags. We are letting our customers vote on designs and submit themes. The first 2 themes approved by everyone was foxes, and the bunny in the moon.
We were just email an update from the factory making our socks! Our new exclusive Ohio Kimono tabi socks are finished, and are under going final packaging before shipping! They will be here in a few
We did it! Ohio Kimono just broke 2,000+ followers on our Facebook business page! To celebrate this milestone we are having a sale! Everything in our online kimono store is 20% off, with free shipping on purchases over $55! Thank you for all the support, we continue to be humbled and delighted by you all! #ohiokimonosale #sale #kimonosale #buykimono #michigankimono #indianakimono #ohiokimono #kentuckykimono #newyorkkimono #Californiakimono #realkimono #authenticjapanesekimono
When most people think of casual and informal kimono they tend to think of yukata and edo komon kimono. While there are many kinds of informal Japanese kimono that one can wear and own, there is one kimono in particular that is the least informal of all the kimono: onsen kimono. These kinds of kimono were commonly worn to bath houses, and in other very casual settings. These kinds of kimono are not normally worn in public settings that way you might otherwise wear a kimono.