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Kobunsha Co., Ltd. Model Noriko Maeda also attended! “Yukata tailoring event” @ Nihonbashi Sankatsu Yuk ata Museum

Kobunsha Co., Ltd.
[Model Noriko Maeda also attended! ] “Yukata tailoring event” @ Nihonbashi Sankatsu Yukata Museum
[Image 1:×2529.jpg] For only two days, April 19th (Friday) and 20th (Saturday), you will be able to purchase one-of-a-kind yukata pieces at the Nihonbashi Sankatsu Yukata Museum of Sankatsu, a long-established yukata manufacturer and wholesaler founded in 1889. We will be holding a “Yukata Tailoring Event” where you can make your own special yukata. This special event was realized through a collaboration between “Sankatsu”, which is located in Tokyo, the home of yukata, especially in the Nihonbashi area, and which has continued to stick to
old-fashioned dyeing techniques that are all done by hand, and model Noriko Maeda, also known as Maenori.
We are currently recruiting participants on a first-come, first-served basis. If you want to wear a yukata this summer or want to create your own yukata that is different from when you were younger, please apply. We look forward to welcoming everyone.
Last year’s event at the Nihonbashi Sankatsu Yukata Museum
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[Image 4:×935.jpg] [Event overview]
Continuing from last year, with the special cooperation of Sankatsu Co., Ltd., Maison Maenori held a “Yukata Tailoring Event”. With over 400 yukata fabrics to choose from, you’re sure to find the pattern you like. This is a very rare opportunity to see so many pieces of cloth in one place. In addition to cloth, we also have fans, fans, and parasols made of half-width obi and yukata fabric.
On the day of the event, Mikako Amano, the 4th generation owner of Sankatsu, will teach us how to enjoy yukata, and we will also take a small gallery tour of the Sankatsu Yukata Museum, which has just opened on the first basement floor. In addition, model Noriko Maeda will be visiting on the 20th (Saturday) to give advice on matching. There are patterns not only for women but also for men, so you can participate with your partner.
[Date and time]
3 times on Friday, April 19th from 11:00, 13:00, and 15:00
Twice on Saturday, April 20th from 11:00 and from 13:30
*Noriko Maeda is scheduled to attend only on Saturday, April 20th. *If you have finished selecting the fabric, asking where to send the yukata, and making the payment, you can return the item.
Nihonbashi Sankatsu Yukata Museum
3-4-7 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
(2 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Ningyocho Station)
[About tailoring fees]
・Yukata cloth fee: 55,000 yen ~ (price varies depending on the cloth you choose) ・Yukata tailoring fee 27,500 yen
・Obi fee: 22,000 to 88,000 yen (you may bring your own obi)
・Shipping fee after tailoring: 2,200 yen nationwide
*Please pay by cash or card at the venue.
*The yukata and obi you purchased will be delivered as soon as they are completed (scheduled to be shipped by late June)
■Please apply below for participation.
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