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Balmain Markets - Sat 19 June

Ohaiyo mina san (Good morning everyone), Follow the great response to our stall at the Vanity Fair Vintage Fashion Market, this Saturday we will be at the Balmain markets. So, if you are in the area at all, please come a long and see us. Mata ne (see you later) Gaku and Tina Imada

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Japan Made at the markets

Ohaiyo mina san (Good morning everyone), Our first time at the Vanity Fair Vintage Fashion Markets in Leichhard was fabulous. It was great to meet so many other lovers of vintage Japanese fabrics, kimono and obi. Thank you to all those people who signed up for our newsletter. The next one should be winging its way to [...]

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New Shipment Arrived

New shipment arrived this week and the products will be available on the site over the weekend. Stunning pinks, greens, oranges and purples. Choose from a variety of beautiful antique obis and a selection of haori, kimono coats. Perfect for wearing as is or using in your sewing projects.

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Vintage Fashion Market - 12 June

Come and see a selection of our beautiful Japanese fabrics, kimono and obi at the Vanity Fair Vintage Fashion Market on 12 June 2010. The market is open from 10 am until 4 pm and will be held at the Leichhardt Town Hall on the corner of Norton and Marion Streets. Entry is $4 for adults and [...]

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Beautiful Kimonos in Fukushima, Japan

We came across the website for the Kimono Culture Museum Japan in Fukushima prefecture today.  We were struck by the beauty of the antique kimonos on display. Some of them date from the late Edo period (1603 - 1868).   Check them out for yourself at http://nmkb.jp/index.php/museum/

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Welcome to Japan Made

We are pleased to announce that Japan Made is now a reality. Our love of traditional kimono has manifested into a business that imports beautifully, authentic Japanese kimono, fabrics and obi. We hope you enjoy the products we are offering and if you have any suggestions at all regarding the types of Japanese textiles you would [...]

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