While in New York as a contributor to the Fudangi Fun exhibit, Anji SALZ @salztokyo will also be hosting two exciting workshops! Anji SALZ is a German native who fell in love in kimono after moving to Japan. As a stylist, writer, and influencer, she works with kimono on a daily basis in Tokyo. She also offers handpicked kimono, obi, and various kimono accessories … Continue reading Kimono and Nihongami Workshops in NYC
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Kimono styles and obi-tying demonstrations Continue reading Style and Movement: The Japanese Kimono at Queens Flushing Library
JapanCulture•NYC recently welcomed Jen Green on board as our Fashion Editor. Read all about her background and how she became interested in Japanese culture here. Jen attended an obi exhibition and filed this report. In late October, kimono designer Hirotaka Asano had his first exhibit in the United States. Held in the authentic tatami and tea ceremony space, Globus Chashitsu, the exhibition was on view … Continue reading Kimono Designer Showcases Contemporary Obi to New York
Kimono for the four seasons Continue reading Japan Performing Arts, Inc. to Present Kimono Show at BBG's Sakura Matsuri