Treat yourself and a friend to a kimono discount! In 2017 if you bring a friend and you BOTH buy a kimono at the time, you both get 10% off your kimono purchase! The kimono have to be bought together at the same time by seperate people. The 10% off may not be combined with any other offers or discounts.
For schedule of events see: www.OhioKimono.com – see you next at OhayoCon!
Ohio Kimono is excited to be a part of Youmacon 2016! We are located on the side close to the registration entrance in the dealers room! We will have a large selection of: kimono, haori, hakama, obi, tabi, and more for sale! At this point in the year a lot of our stock has turned over, offering a fresh selection!
Our 2017 schedule is soon to be polished and posted! We have some exciting new shows and events that we will be attending in all new areas! Keep an eye out to see if we are coming your way! Visit our site at: www.OhioKimono.com
PS Watch for news on our live unboxing event of kimono direct from Kyoto, Japan!
After years of thought and consideration, I now have an online store where I sell kimono, haori, obi, scrap fabric, and more!
Kimono store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/OhioKimono – offered through Etsy, a trusted online venue for selling! I will be updating the store frequently with kimono and more direct from Japan! I ship from in the USA!
The last bits of fall are here and quickly passing. So Kat and I headed out to shoot for the last time in 2011. It’s amazing how fast 2011 has gone by, and how fun it has been. In the photos the obi Kat is wear she bought from me, the kimono she got at a ‘kimono swap meet’ we had earlier this year.
Christmas is around the corner – Im hoping to do a few Christmas sales at the upcoming TAG con.
One of my customers gave her kimono a gothic twist. Due to her rather busty shape, she can not wear kimono traditionally, all the same she really likes kimono. The kimono shown is from around WW2, and features large floral mons in silver and black. Here are the photos of her rocking out her kimono…
While researching Momoyama textiles I came across a few advertisements from the 1980s for kimono and related textiles… enjoy.