Design Patterns
TSURU / CraneCranes have long been thought to be auspicious birds in Japan and a simbole of luck. Thousands of cranes are said to bring very good fortune.
Hime / PrincessMany kimonos and yukata robes offered in our shop featur Junihitome-clad princesses. The Junihitoe is a typical classic fasion of Japanese and Chinese culture that shows Japanese sensibility and ingenuity, and it was also the flower of Heian dynasty culture.
MATSU / Pine TreeMatsu/Pine Tree is regarded as a plant God/Goddess stays with. It has a meaning of “Top” or “First Quality”. In Japan, pine tree, bamboo and Japanese plum are known to represent "good luck" and "happiness" and all three trees together are called "Shouchikubai.
UGUISU / Bush WarblerA Japanese greenish brown bird is called "Uguisu". It’s regarded as a bird which tells you that Spring has come. Its adorable appearance is loved by everyone.
SAKURA / Cherry BlossomsFlower of Spring. It’s the most loved flower by the Japanese and you can see the SAKURA/Cherry Blossoms in full broom everywhere in April in Japan.
RYU / DragonRYU/Dragon is regarded as a symbol of fortune or King. It’s also believed to avoid evils and to bring prosperity.
Ume / Japanese PlumThe plum blossoms are viewed as a flower to tell the Spring is coming soon. In Japan, pine tree, bamboo and Japanese plum are known to represent "good luck" and "happiness" and all three trees together are called "Shouchikubai.
WASHI / EagleWASHI/Eagle is ranked at the top of birds and has been used as a symbol of King, Power and Glory in many nations and cultures.
Botan / PeonyPeony is considered as King of Flowers that has a lot of meanings including wealth, good fortune, honor, daring and masculine bravery in Japan. 
Take / BambooIn Japan, pine tree, bamboo and Japanese plum are known to represent "good luck" and "happiness" and all three trees together are called "Shouchikubai. Due to its straight look it is also regarded as a symbol of "solid" characteristics.
KANJI Characters
SAMURAI / Japanese WarriorJapanese old aged warriors. It’s known as a Samurai sprit for its characteristics of trust, loyalty, and commitment.
KOTOBUKI / Happiness & CelebrationKOTOBUKI has a general meaning of Happiness and Celebration. KOTONUKI itself means a “Happy Wedding”, but in general it also means a goodness of long life.
Kamon / Family CrestThe family crests can be seen on black ceremonial kimonos and first appeared in Japan during the Heian period when aristocrats placed their favorite designs of plants and flowers on clothes and cow carriages.
FUKU / Happiness & LuckFUKU has a general meaning of Happiness and Luck. It means a life filled with happiness and luck.
Kimono are Japanese traditional robes and are now popular around the world for those who want to enjoy relaxing time with a sense of Japanese culture and life. Our Kimono is ideal for women, men, and kids looking for a new style of Kimono, which is much easier to get dressed. Is it your first Kimono to try? If so you can bet this is your perfect choice. You must be satisfied with our 100% Japan-made quality, yet affordable offerings. Please enjoy!