Kimono Casual EAST MEETS WORLD Kimono Casual is dedicated to exploring modern styles and designs inspired by traditional Japanese patterns and fabrics. Kimono Casual reflects the refinement and elegance of exotic Japan and its alluring cu…lture of entertainment and pleasure. It’s a celebration of the Japanese kimono, which in Japan represents the very essence of warm hospitality and that extra special touch of class. Join us on our journey to explore the world of Kimono Casual. ↓Register Here For Our Email Magazine↓http://eepurl.com/0LYKX Clearance Sale On Japanese Products!  Anime, Sake, Craft, And More, All at Great Prices!
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Kimono Casual is dedicated to exploring modern styles and designs inspired by traditional Japanese patterns and fabrics. Kimono Casual reflects the refinement and elegance of exotic Japan and its alluring culture of entertainment and pleasure. It’s a celebration of the Japanese kimono, which in Japan represents the very essence of warm hospitality and that extra special touch of class.

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Iron teapot GP shaen ¥17,000 A Yamagata casting teapot designed and crafted by Hisanori Masuda. The body is finished with Urushilacquer while the lid is gracefully done with Kanazawa metal leaf. The entire pot is enamel coated on theinsid…e to prevent rust from gathering. Can be used as a liquor container. ■materials/ Cast iron, Urushi lacquer, Gold leaf, Pewter leaf ■size/ S: W140×D90×H195mm ■weight/ 1110g (650ml) ■lid color/ Gold, Pewter ■design: Hisanori Masuda ■traditional crafts: Yamagata casting (Yamagata Prefecture), Kanazawa metal leaf (Ishikawa Prefecture),Hand-made ↓Register Here For Our Email Magazine↓http://eepurl.com/0LYKX Clearance Sale On Japanese Products!  Anime, Sake, Craft, And More, All at Great Prices!
Iron teapot GP shaen ¥17,000

A Yamagata casting teapot designed and crafted by Hisanori Masuda. The body is finished with Urushilacquer while the lid is gracefully done with Kanazawa metal leaf. The entire pot is enamel coated on theinside to prevent rust from gathering. Can be used as a liquor container.

■materials/ Cast iron, Urushi lacquer, Gold leaf, Pewter leaf
■size/ S: W140×D90×H195mm
■weight/ 1110g (650ml)
■lid color/ Gold, Pewter
■design: Hisanori Masuda
■traditional crafts: Yamagata casting (Yamagata Prefecture), Kanazawa metal leaf (Ishikawa Prefecture),Hand-made

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Iron teapot kabuto Ⅱ ¥20,000

These Takaoka casting teapots are designed by Yukio Hashimoto. Hashimoto is one of the leading figuresin modern design. His recent work can be seen at The Peninsula Tokyo for space design. Its stylish andmodern shape resembles kabuto, an ancient helmet of samurai warriors. It is silicone coated on the inside toprevent rust from gathering. Silicone coated ironware is beneficial for iron consumption. Can be used as aliquor container.
■materials/ body: Cast iron, Acrylic lacquer handle: Brass
■size/ W155×D125×H140mm
■weight/ 825g (600ml)
■color/ Ebony, Kaba, Koke
■design: Yukio Hashimoto
■traditional craft: Takaoka casting (Toyama Prefecture), Hand-made

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ukai (鵜飼) [Cormorant fishing]Cormorant fishing, called ukai (鵜飼) in Japanese, takes place in 13 cities in Japan. The most famous location is Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, home to cormorant fishing on the Nagara River, which has continued uninter…rupted for the past 1,300 years.[7] Cormorant fishing in Seki also takes place on the Nagara River, but it is called “Oze cormorant fishing” (小瀬鵜飼 Oze Ukai). Only the cormorant fishing masters in Gifu and Seki are employed by the emperor and called Imperial Fishermen of the Royal Household Agency. Text:Wikipedia photo:飲食店オーナー ↓Register Here For Our Email Magazine↓http://eepurl.com/0LYKX Clearance Sale On Japanese Products!  Anime, Sake, Craft, And More, All at Great Prices!

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ukai (鵜飼) [Cormorant fishing]

Cormorant fishing, called ukai (鵜飼) in Japanese, takes place in 13 cities in Japan. The most famous location is Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, home to cormorant fishing on the Nagara River, which has continued uninterrupted for the past 1,300 years.[7] Cormorant fishing in Seki also takes place on the Nagara River, but it is called “Oze cormorant fishing” (小瀬鵜飼 Oze Ukai). Only the cormorant fishing masters in Gifu and Seki are employed by the emperor and called Imperial Fishermen of the Royal Household Agency.

Text:Wikipedia
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Kawaii ballpoint pen[Mushroom ballpen]

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Fabric bag Kimono laptop sleeves ¥30,000

These are laptop sleeves using the cloth of kimono. Strong cotton is used for the inside and padded formaximum protection. Comes in two different types of fabric. Hana-sarasa is made of Edo Calico silk,Jomon is made of Ojiya Ramie Crepe linen.
■materials/ Hana-sarasa: silk, cotton  Jomon: Linen, Cotton
■size/ W310×H255×D55mm■weight/ 310g
■color/ Hana-sarasa: Pink  Jomon: Gray
■design: Jula Tuellmann & Katja Hettler
■traditional crafts: Hana-sarasa: Edo Calico (Tokyo Prefecture), Jomon: Ojiya Ramie Crepe (NiigataPrefecture), Hand-made

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Fushimi Inari-taisha

Fushimi Inari Taisha (伏見稲荷大社?) is the head shrine of Inari, located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan. The shrine sits at the base of a mountain also named Inari which is 233 metres above sea level, and includes trails up the mountain to many smaller shrines which span 4 kilometers and takes approximately 2 hours to walk up. [1]

Since early Japan, Inari was seen as the patron of business, and merchants and manufacturers have traditionally worshipped Inari. Each of the torii at Fushimi Inari Taisha is donated by a Japanese business. First and foremost, though, Inari is the god of rice.

This popular shrine is said to have as many as 32,000 sub-shrines (bunsha (分社?)) throughout Japan.

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photo:ぼうふらオヤヂの関西きまぐれ紀行byTAAさん

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