Kimonos

Yoko owns over 100 Kimonos. They are of the highest quality, all silk and handmade. Most of her Kimonos are formal. The ones pictured here are some of her casual Kimonos. Short sleeves on a Kimono denote a married woman while long sleeves identify a single lady.

It is traditional for a teacher and student to wear Kimonos at the Koto and Sangen lessons and performances. They are also worn for the traditional tea ceremony. Yoko has degrees in Tea Ceremony, Koto and Ikebana (flower arrangement). Sometimes Yoko sells a Kimono to a student. Email her at [email protected] and specify the number of the Kimono that interests you.

Yoko in Kimono #1

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Yoko in Kimono #7
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Yoko in Kimono #9
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Yoko in Kimono #11
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Yoko in Kimono #12
Yoko in Kimono #13