My part-time kimono wearing class was completed. From this April to June, we have 6 lessons and now all 20 ladies (10 x 2 groups) can wear kimono quite elegantly!
Please see our graduation photo.
Now they can wear kimonos which were from their mothers. How useful to save the clothes which were stored in old tansu chests for a log time.
American flea market shoppers visited us to wear their treasures. We enjoyed to see their beautiful furisode, tsukesage and obi sashes. And we made them dressed.
Since I heard Sheila would film about kimono, I dashed off the shooting place near Asakusa. Surprisingly, the place was a traditional Japanese folk song bar and all store staffs were professional signers and shamisen players.