Geta and zori shoes, tabi socks, belts and obi, kimono and yukata: find all our Japanese clothes.
For a total Japanese style, find here our range of accessories for your outfit: jewelry, bags, parasols, hichimaki headbands and many others.
Our vintage kimono and yukata will go perfectly with an obi belt and geta shoes.
Traditional belts and obi for men and women, to associate with a kimono or yukata.
A haori is a jacket that falls to the hips or down to the knees, and adds a bit of formality. Originally, the haori was worn only by men, until the Meiji period, when it was also adopted by women.
Traditional Japanese garment, the kimono is rectilinear in shape, falling to the feet or ankles, or even touching the ground for women. Its very long sleeves. It is always worn on the left side on the right side.
Adopt a relaxed Japanese style with our zori and geta in various patterns and colors!
Find all our plain or patterned tabi socks, to associate with our zori or jikatabi shoes!
In ancient Japan, hand fans, such as oval and silk fans was influenced greatly by the Chinese fans. The earliest visual depiction of fans in Japan dates back to the 6th century CE, with burial tomb paintings showed drawings of fans. The folding fan was invented in Japan, with date ranging from the 6th to 9th centuries.
Discover our range of traditional Japanese bags to complete your outfit.
We offer a wide choice of fabric with Japanese patterns to make your clothes, bags, cushions and do all your sewing projects.
Traditional Japanese clothing, the kimono is rectilinear in shape, falling to the feet or ankles, the sleeves very long. It is always worn on the left side on the right side.