Saturday, 30 April 2011

My scrunchie "Spring of Geisha" was sold.

Quoted from descrip. of the item...........................................

The scrunchy is constructed from two fabric, and both are high quality synthetic polyester, a named brand, TORAY's sillook. They are very soft silky texture.

Red is always be considered as "attractive" and "passionate" colour. So do in Japan, it is traditionally used for a liner of Kimono or underwear fabric. Also, the fabric has "ground pattern" = woven pattern and they are very gorgeous.
The patterns are : one has dots and the other has Saya. Saya is originally from religious design. This is used for very formal Kimono. It is the most popular pattern of Kimono, as considered "eternal".

I named to this scrunchy very sexy. Geisha's blooming season. But I would like you to understand that this passion is from every women.
I believe this scrunchie will bring you a passion. A passion to your partner, to your artistic, creative life.


oh! I have just started "after-sale-care". 

Because I adore my scrunhie's fabric so much, after anytime you cherished my scrunchy, I will repair them at FREE. (Shipping fees are responsible for buyers.), elastic change, small hole, opening month,  and so on.

I hope you also enjoy my Kimono scrunhies!


Tuesday, 26 April 2011

I love this skirt!!!

I wear Kimono almost everyday. But I wear Youfuku (not-kimono, modern clothing) sometime.
I like this colour and details. I believe this skirt makes you feel like dressing sky itself.
I include this skirt to my latest Treasury List.

たまに着物ではなくて洋服を着ます。このスカート、とっても可愛いなあ。きっと空を纏っているような気持ちになるよ。最新のEtsyのTresury Listに入れました。


Wednesday, 20 April 2011


I bought a new stole at MUJI. The colour is very "spring"ish. Very nice. 
I wore this stole just like cardigan making knots under the sleeves.


Wednesday, 13 April 2011

I was featured Treasure Listing!!

Treasure Listing named "Supporting Japan" featured Japanese artist's products and my scrunchie was also listed!!


Monday, 11 April 2011

I added new scrunchie. This scrunchy is named as Geisha's Spring.


Monday, 4 April 2011


The original fabric was a Noren, partition curtain.Cotton Aizome is slightly colouring out. 
I wish the buyer love this scrunchy.