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“Kyoto Miss Kimono 2017” was decided on March 20th “Traditional Industry Day” set by Kyoto City. There were final selections and presentations at the Kyoto Concert Hall in Sakyo Ward and four others were chosen. Miss Kimono are being solicited by the Kyoto Textile Wholesale Commercial Association (Shimo Ku) etc. Organizing committee for unmarried women in Kyoto prefecture and neighboring 18 to 30 years old. There were 138 entries this...
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Mr.Takayuki Kinami, and Mrs. Alexandra (Polish) who held a wedding ceremony in a traditional Japanese house. August 2019, former Tamaki family residence, Omiya Hachimangu Shrine.
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The 59th Miss International World Conference press conference was held on October 28 at Tokyo Dome Hotel in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.Women from 83 countries and regions appeared one after another in costumes that blended with the characteristics of each region, and were surrounded by a gorgeous mood.
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“Walking Town / Kyoto Rail Ticket” will be released from November 1st,2019. There are five railways (subway, JR West Japan, Keihan Railway, Randen (Keifuku Train), Hankyu Train) and unlimited rides on the main routes in Kyoto City for one day or two days. In addition, you can receive special discounts such as discounts at facilities. A convenient and affordable ticket.
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The first large-scale kimono exhibition, “Kimono KIMONO” will be held at the Tokyo National Museum April 2020! A historical overview from the Kamakura period to the present, and the future of kimono culture.
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The Victoria and Albert (V & A) Museum in London, known worldwide for its wide collection of decorative arts, announced that it will hold an exhibition on Japanese kimono from February 29,2020. This is the first large-scale exhibition in Europe. From the traditional designs that were popular in Kyoto during the Edo period to the influences on the fashion of the world today, the contents cover the charm of “KIMONO”.
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