• Timeless accessories

  • Vintage kimono, reimagined for today
  • One of a kind

  • only one in the world
  • Timeless accessories

  • Vintage kimono, reimagined for today
  • One of a kind

  • only one in the world
  • Timeless accessories

  • Vintage kimono, reimagined for today
  • One of a kind

  • only one in the world

Timeless accessories

Vintage kimono, reimagined for today

One of a kind

only one in the world

Timeless accessories

Vintage kimono, reimagined for today

One of a kind

only one in the world

Timeless accessories

Vintage kimono, reimagined for today

One of a kind

only one in the world
kyoko kimono @ museum shop in Rijswijk

Kyoko Kimono @ Museum Rijswijk

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Hand made with Japanese spirits "Mottainai"

One of a kind

About Kyoko Kimono

Kyoko is a Japanese artist. She discovered the beauty of Kimono and Japanese crafts when she lived in Kyoto for her study in art. She is now based in Amsterdam and visits Japan to search for distinctive vintage kimonos.

Silk

Kimono silk is wonderfully breathable and natural feeling, making Kyoko Kimono products cool in the summer yet also warm in the winter.

Silk Care

Many Kyoko Kimono products are made from delicate classic kimonos. Kimono silk can shrink or fade when treated incorrectly. In order to keep the original soft texture and color it is recommended not to wash either by machine or by hand. Dry cleaning is recommended when necessary.

When your silk product gets wrinkles, you can iron it. Set your iron the silk/low setting. Iron it from the back side if possible. Place a handkerchief or thin piece of cotton cloth between the iron and the silk. Do not iron silk too hot. Always remember that silk is a protein structure much like human hair. Heat will damage it.

PLease do not bleach and do not use the drying machine.