Happy Halloween! Although Halloween is mostly celebrated in America, there are scattered places in Japan that observe it too. One of our long time customers Devin decided to add their own Halloween spin to their kimono and created this wonderful Poison Ivy Kimono cordidation for Halloween. We simply love this look. The kimono came from us, and we are so happy to see the kimono given such a magnificent twist on a classic look. The Ivy kanzashi with bira bira, and the coordinat
One of our customers recently moved to Japan for work. While out walking through her new hometown she spotted something rather interesting. There was a storefront with a Halloween display up. It was not just any store front, it was the front window display for a local kimono store! She knew this would be something of interest around the world and snapped two photos to share with us. Thanks for thinking of sharing this with us Tryna! With increasing globalization more and more
We love unique koshimo, and have been waiting almost a year to give away a very special koshihimo! We have 1 dancing skeleton koshimo, and would love to give it away to one of our loyal customers! This brand new koshihimo is made from easy to care for cotton, and will be an ideal accessory to be added into any kimono kitsuke kit. So, how can you win this spooky koshihimo? Head over to our Facebook... Follow Our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/OhioKimonoUSA/ Like and
We do not know about you, but Halloween is easily our favorite time of the year. That said there is a distinct lack of Halloween, or otherwise gothic, attire easily found within the wide world of Japanese kimono fashion. We are delighted to share with you that we have a limited run of new gothic, and spooky haneri! In stock are 4 distinct designs which will add a little pop of gothic or Halloween flair to any of your kimono coordinations.
Each of these haneri are made from
Oct 1st is here, let the final countdown to Halloween begin! We absolutely love Halloween, and look forward to the holiday every year. That being said, Japan does not normally observe Halloween and so it is fairly rare to find halloween themed wafuku. There are exceptions of course....
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They have produced a number of great Halloween themed obi! I personally fell in love with the grey grim reaper obi, and their sku