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Freddie Mercury's favorite kimono to be unveiled at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V & A) in London
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On February 5, an international student from Hosei University (Tokyo), who signed a cooperation agreement with Matsue City, experienced the tea ceremony in a kimono at a cultural experience facility in the city while receiving instructions from citizens.International students will stay in Matsue for up to one month to learn about Matsue's history, culture and...
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With the theme of town development connected with yarn, the "Kimono Summit" was held in Omiya City, Saitama Prefecture, mainly by people working on Meisen. The Wafuku editorial department has been participating for the first time this year. Lectures and exchange meetings by organizations and business owners were held from Chichibu, Kawagoe, Saitama prefecture, And...
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"'I'm happy to wear Kimono!". In the New Year for foreigners living in Japan in 2020, we will pick up and introduce news to enjoy celebrations and events in Japanese culture.
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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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