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    KimonoHime

    So, check out one of my all-time favorite Japanese fashion trends – the Kimono Princess!

    Your typical Japanese clubhussy might be happy to see kimono-wearing go the way of ballroom dancing and tea ceremony, but a growing number of hip young women are adopting the techniques of alt fashion subcultures to breathe new life into old-skool clothes. Kimono hime lovers flaunt convention with a mash-up of vintage patterns, non-trad color combos and Western accessories to spawn a style that is utterly new, yet still utterly Japanese.

    First of all – just for comparison – here’s what it’s not:

    Beautiful, but not stylin'

    Beautiful, but not stylin’

    A true Kimono Princess uses every accessory – shoes, sox, purse, wrap, hat, gloves – to flaunt convention in some subtle way.

    A true Kimono Princess uses every accessory – shoes, sox, purse, wrap, hat – to flaunt convention in some subtle way.

    So, how do you build your very own Kimono Princess look?

    First of all, a Kimono Princess shuns typical seasonal designs and colors. Pink for cherry blossom season? So 10th century...unless it's the kimono LINING! Vintage jazz-age patterns or modern ironic graphics are the most popular for new style kimono hime.

    First of all, you can toss seasonal designs and colors right out the window. Pink for cherry blossom season? So 10th century…unless it’s the kimono LINING!

    And Kimono Princesses sometimes wear  jewelry. (There's actually a reason Japanese women don't have a big history of wearing rings, necklaces and pins – kimono fabrics were often more costly than jewels, and nobody wanted to risk something snagging or AI YI YI putting a hole in the priceless fabrics. But new style kimonos aren't expensive – most of them are vintage – so even cheap costume jewelry is safe to wear.)

    And bring on the jewelry! The reason rings, necklaces and pins weren’t usually worn with kimono is that the fabrics were often more costly than jewels and nobody wanted to risk getting a snag or AI YI YI putting a HOLE in the precious material. But because most Princess Style kimonos are inexpensive cotton or vintage, cheap costume jewelry – and lots of it! – is totally safe to wear.

    Not only do modern kimono warriors shun white undercollars & sox, they sometimes even layer on frilly Western pieces to add a little spice.

    Raid your closet and layer on some frilly Western pieces & excellent hats to add a little spice.

    Or go totally nouveau in a kimono made of some alt fabric like lace. Even more radical – make it all one color!

    Or go totally nouveau in a kimono made of some alt fabric like lace. (Even more radical – make it all one color!)

    Uh oh, obi tied in the front? This is sure to bring a gloved hand to grandma's lips to hide her shock at the resemblance to an oiran of the pleasure quarters!

    Uh oh, obi tied in the front? This is sure to bring a gloved hand to grandma’s lips to hide her shock at your resemblance to an oiran of the pleasure quarters!

    Or really fling every convention to the wind, and change the length too.

    Or really fling every convention to the wind, and change the length too.

    As you’ve probably guessed, I actually love kimono in all its forms. But because I look too much like Barbie (and am not AWESOME like my fellow blogger who writes Yield For Kimono), I’d feel like a hopeless wannabe if I ever tried to un-ironically wear one. Kimono hime style, though…even someone like me might be able to rock that, don’t you think?

    Thanks to Kimono Hime magazine (#12) for the gorgeous new style kimono photos, and きものサロン magazine for the modern photo.

    Jonelle Patrick is the author of the Only In Tokyo mystery seriespublished by Penguin/Intermix.

    Published by Penguin/Intermix

     

     



    KimonoHimeHjonellepKimonoHimeBeautiful, but not stylin'A true Kimono Princess uses every accessory – shoes, sox, purse, wrap, hat, gloves – to flaunt convention in some subtle way.First of all, a Kimono Princess shuns typical seasonal designs and colors. Pink for cherry blossom season? So 10th century...unless it's the kimono LINING! Vintage jazz-age patterns or modern ironic graphics are the most popular for new style kimono hime.And Kimono Princesses sometimes wear  jewelry. (There's actually a reason Japanese women don't have a big history of wearing rings, necklaces and pins – kimono fabrics were often more costly than jewels, and nobody wanted to risk something snagging or AI YI YI putting a hole in the priceless fabrics. But new style kimonos aren't expensive – most of them are vintage – so even cheap costume jewelry is safe to wear.)Not only do modern kimono warriors shun white undercollars & sox, they sometimes even layer on frilly Western pieces to add a little spice.Or go totally nouveau in a kimono made of some alt fabric like lace. Even more radical – make it all one color!Uh oh, obi tied in the front? This is sure to bring a gloved hand to grandma's lips to hide her shock at the resemblance to an oiran of the pleasure quarters!Or really fling every convention to the wind, and change the length too.Published by Penguin/IntermixKimonoHimeHjonellepKimonoHimeBeautiful, but not stylin'A true Kimono Princess uses every accessory – shoes, sox, purse, wrap, hat, gloves – to flaunt convention in some subtle way.First of all, a Kimono Princess shuns typical seasonal designs and colors. Pink for cherry blossom season? So 10th century...unless it's the kimono LINING! Vintage jazz-age patterns or modern ironic graphics are the most popular for new style kimono hime.And Kimono Princesses sometimes wear jewelry. (There's actually a reason Japanese women don't have a big history of wearing rings, necklaces and pins – kimono fabrics were often more costly than jewels, and nobody wanted to risk something snagging or AI YI YI putting a hole in the priceless fabrics. But new style kimonos aren't expensive – most of them are vintage – so even cheap costume jewelry is safe to wear.)Not only do modern kimono warriors shun white undercollars & sox, they sometimes even layer on frilly Western pieces to add a little spice.Or go totally nouveau in a kimono made of some alt fabric like lace. Even more radical – make it all one color!Uh oh, obi tied in the front? This is sure to bring a gloved hand to grandma's lips to hide her shock at the resemblance to an oiran of the pleasure quarters!Or really fling every convention to the wind, and change the length too.Published by Penguin/Intermix

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    The bunnies will be all over you at the rabbit café when you appear with this bun-centric obi.

    The bunnies will be all over you at the rabbit café when you swan in wearing this bun-centric obi.

    Obscure seasonal references to geese and crows? So tenth century! Leaf viewing and strolling beneath the cherry blossoms? Been there, called it a cab.

    Let’s strap on our princess kimonos and hit the animal cafés instead!

    Show those cat cafés kitties how

    Coming or going, let’s show those cat café denizens how “disdainful stare” is done.

    Or lull them into complacency from a distance with what looks like a proper traditional outfit, when you're actually rolling in kittycat hijinks.

    Or lull them into complacency from a distance with what looks like a proper traditional outfit, when you’re actually rolling in kittycat hijinks.

    And if this cat purse and wrap aren't must-haves for all kimono princesses, revoke my license.

    And if this cat purse and wrap aren’t must-haves for all kimono princesses, revoke my license.

    Diamonds and pearls? Yawn. Diamonds and squirrels? Now we're talking!

    Diamonds and pearls? Meh. Diamonds and squirrels? Now we’re talking!

    Birds than merely sing prettily are out; birds that build decoy nests to fool their enemies are in.

    Birds than merely sing prettily are out; birds that build decoy nests to fool their enemies are in.

    Panda viewing at the Ueno Zoo? Well, yeah.

    Panda viewing at the Ueno Zoo? Why would you wear anything else?

    Hold your own at Fox Village with this predator-worthy princess look.

    Hold your own at Fox Village in this predator-worthy princess look.

    And we've got to show them who's boss on our trip to Rabbit Island.

    And let’s show them who’s boss when the royal we arrive at Bunny Island!

    Thanks to Kimono Hime magazine (#10 & #12) for the gorgeous new style kimono photos. For more fab kimono hime looks, check out New Type Kimono: Maximum Princess, Make Mine Princess Style & More Alike Than You Might Think!

    Jonelle Patrick is the author of the Only In Tokyo mystery seriespublished by Penguin/Intermix.

    Published by Penguin/Intermix

    And this is the princess-style kimono worn by part time English translator Yumi Hata in NightshadeIf you like a good mystery set in Japan, check out the first few chapters here!

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    KimonoHimeRabbitjonellepThe bunnies will be all over you at the rabbit café when you appear with this bun-centric obi.Show those cat cafés kitties how Or lull them into complacency from a distance with what looks like a proper traditional outfit, when you're actually rolling in kittycat hijinks.And if this cat purse and wrap aren't must-haves for all kimono princesses, revoke my license.Diamonds and pearls? Yawn. Diamonds and squirrels? Now we're talking!Birds than merely sing prettily are out; birds that build decoy nests to fool their enemies are in.Panda viewing at the Ueno Zoo? Well, yeah.Hold your own at Fox Village with this predator-worthy princess look.And we've got to show them who's boss on our trip to Rabbit Island.Published by Penguin/Intermix ThisKimonoHimeRabbitjonellepThe bunnies will be all over you at the rabbit café when you appear with this bun-centric obi.Show those cat cafés kitties how Or lull them into complacency from a distance with what looks like a proper traditional outfit, when you're actually rolling in kittycat hijinks.And if this cat purse and wrap aren't must-haves for all kimono princesses, revoke my license.Diamonds and pearls? Yawn. Diamonds and squirrels? Now we're talking!Birds than merely sing prettily are out; birds that build decoy nests to fool their enemies are in.Panda viewing at the Ueno Zoo? Well, yeah.Hold your own at Fox Village with this predator-worthy princess look.And we've got to show them who's boss on our trip to Rabbit Island.Published by Penguin/Intermix This

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  • 11/20/15--16:48: Battle Dress Kimonos
  • MilitaryKimonoFour

    Okay, you’ve gotta help me out here: what sort of manly occasion could possibly call for donning a kimono fashioned from American mil-spec camo?

    Defcon 3 tea ceremony behind enemy lines? Tactical assault on the afternoon kabuki performance? Undercover date to the summer fireworks, knowing your recently-jilted ex will be there and gunning for you?

    Whatever occasion calls for strategic – yet stealthy – Japanese formalwear, now you can attend in confidence, knowing that all your base are belong to us, whether on land, sea or air.

    The obvious choice for infiltrating cherry blossom parties to which you have not been invited.

    The obvious choice for infiltrating cherry blossom parties to which you have not been invited.

    For stealth autumn leaf viewing, when photos shot from the designated area just won't accomplish the mission objective.

    For stealth autumn leaf viewing, when photos shot from the designated area just won’t accomplish the mission objective.

    The fish will never see you coming, when you drop a line in this Navy Working kimono.

    The fish will never see you coming, when you drop a line in this Navy Working kimono.

    Golf is war. Say it with camo.

    Golf is war. Say it with camo.

    If you know someone with a burning need for formal stealthwear, you can view the full Battle Dress Uniform line in all its glory at Kyoto Kimono Sai. These are only sold in Japan, but you can get White Rabbit Express to shop & ship for a very reasonable price. Shout-out to fellow kimono aficionado Ohio Kimono Lady for the awesome pointer!

    Jonelle Patrick is the author of the Only In Tokyo mystery seriespublished by Penguin/Intermix.

    Published by Penguin/Intermix



    MilitaryKimonoFourjonellepMilitaryKimonoFourThe obvious choice for infiltrating cherry blossom parties to which you have not been invited.For stealth autumn leaf viewing, when photos shot from the designated area just won't accomplish the mission objective.The fish will never see you coming, when you drop a line in this Navy Working kimono.Golf is war. Say it with camo.Published by Penguin/IntermixMilitaryKimonoFourjonellepMilitaryKimonoFourThe obvious choice for infiltrating cherry blossom parties to which you have not been invited.For stealth autumn leaf viewing, when photos shot from the designated area just won't accomplish the mission objective.The fish will never see you coming, when you drop a line in this Navy Working kimono.Golf is war. Say it with camo.Published by Penguin/Intermix

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    redcamoshoes

    For those times when you need to make a stealth dash to an important meeting through a forest of trees with blood…red…leaves….

    No one will dare question your commitment to the mission when you appear at the corporate ballgame outing in this samurai baseball cap

    And no one will dare question your commitment to the mission when you appear at the obligatory company ballgame outing wearing this samurai baseball cap

    Saw the red camo shoes at a shoe store in Skytree, and the samurai b-ball hats at Tokyu Hands in Ikebukuro

    Jonelle Patrick is the author of the Only In Tokyo mystery series, now out for the first time in paperback. The fourth book will be out December 5th, which means…

    When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to...read more

    When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to…read more

    You can get started on the first one here.

     


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  • 11/11/16--18:09: Scary Underwear Of Japan
  • Even under your baggiest gym t-shirt, this one says, "I'll give up the pec deck when I'm good and ready, buddy"

    Even under your baggiest gym shirts, these say, “I’ll give up the pec deck when I’m good and ready, buddy.”

    Why yes, I would like to use the free weights now.

    Why yes, I would like to use the free weights now.

     

    In case you need to sneak home in your undies without being seen

    Sneak home in your undies without being captured by the enemy

    Nyan, nyan

    Nyan, nyan

    Okay, I admit I want this one DON'T JUDGE

    Okay, I admit I want this one DON’T JUDGE

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    Jonelle Patrick is the author of the Only In Tokyo mysteries, now out for the first time in paperback. Nightshade is the first in the series…

    More Nightshade book goodness here, in case you think you might want to, you know, read it or something

    A young woman is found dead in an abandoned car, with a pair of strangers old enough to be her parents. Their suicide note apologizes for a disaster that hasn’t yet happened. And someone is stalking the…Read more

    …or watch the book trailer! (0:52)



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    dogsox1

    Am I right or am I right?

    So, the thing you can't really tell from seeing them on the little hanger thingies is that the face of the brown one is on your toes, but the face of the gray one is above your heel, which makes for extra-cuteness above your shoes as you walk away

    So, the thing you can’t really tell from seeing them on the little hanger thingies is that the face of the brown one is on your toes, but the face of the gray one is above your heel, which makes for a lasting impression of adorableness as you walk away

    Serving suggestion

    Plus, they coordinate perfectly with all your canine-themed wardrobe items (YES some days a furry shiba blanket counts as clothing SHUT UP)

    Jonelle Patrick is the author of a mystery series set in Tokyo.  The newest one is Painted Doll

    It's been nine years since she didn't make it home, but now Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura's life is about to unravel... Read more

    It’s been ten years since the night his mother never made it home, but now Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s life is about to unravel…read more



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    Paris model photos all by the ultra-talented Tsubomi Photo Studio

    So you think you can’t rock a kimono because you’re not Japanese? Think again! Tamao Shigemune designs modern versions of traditional Japanese women’s wear with a distinctly Parisian twist, and guess what? You can see them (and try her new summer collection on!) right now in Tokyo, through Sunday March 26th.

    The first thing I thought when I saw photos of Shigemune’s summer collection plus Zaaka Vincent‘s whimsical accessories was “haute couture” not “oh, look – foreigners dressed in Japanese costumes.”

    Even a visitor having a deathly hair malfunction feels elegant when being dressed in fab kimono like this. And check out the obi: it’s designed so that the second wrap is narrower than the first, so the contrasting fabric peeks out above it!

    The entry gives you a little taste of what’s to come, including a few of Shigemune’s eyepopping obis, metal-spiked pineapple pins and a hamburger hat

    The summer collection of kimonos is a mix of bold geometrics and beautifully rendered birds…

    …and they mix & match with new obi designs that are backed with fun contrast materials, which wink at you from inside the obi bow when it’s tied

    She was showing a really large assortment of obis – each more wantworthy than the last – plus two cute x 1000 purses

    I was totally You can see why I was tempted to say “I’ll take one in every color” when it came to the accessories too

    See the supercute dotted obiage peering out from atop Shigemune-san’s moon obi?

    Naturally, your zori have to up their game to run with the big dogs, which is whye shiny red and polka-dotted footwear were invented

    And THESE. Don’t you think we all need a pair of these? Because what else are we going to wear with our tiaras JUST SAYIN

    Tamao Shigemune will be showing her collection at that Gallery Triplet on the 4th floor of Minami Aoyama 3-8-2 from 12:00 til 19:00, every day through Sunday, March 26, 2017. Here’s a link to the Tamao Shigemune web shop in case you want to feast your eyes on the lovelies but can’t make it to the show (and, uh, you’ll probably kill me for telling you this, but she ships internationally!)

    If you ARE in Tokyo and want to try them on in person, here’s a Google map link to the Gallery Triplet. It’s a little hard to find – the ground floor of the building is a restaurant, and you have to go down the narrow and unpromising-looking alley to the left to find the elevator, which you can’t see from the alleay. It’s hidden at the end, to the right.

    Jonelle Patrick writes mysteries set in Tokyo. Her fourth book – Painted Doll – is just out in paperback 

    “A genuinely gripping crime thriller which wrong-foots and perplexes the reader throughout, drawing us in emotionally . . . Highly recommended.” Raven Crime Reads*

    When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to...read more

    When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to…read more



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    This is why…

    …Miss Fluffington of Bigglesworth the cat model was never seen again

    Jonelle Patrick writes mysteries set in Tokyo. Her fourth book, Painted Doll, is just out in paperback 

    When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to...read more

    When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to…read more



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    If you love kimono – and especially if you love Taisho and Showa-age kimono – don’t miss this exhibition! Right now, the Yayoi-Yumeji Museum – where over 3,000 of artist/illustrator Takehisa Yumeji’s works are archived – is displaying the actual kimonos and accessories worn in his paintings, side by side.

    I’m a huge fan of Taisho Era kimono (1912-1926), because they’re perfectly suited for hime-style wear, in which Japanese kimonos are worn with Western-style gloves, hats, shoes and other accessories. While Western jazz-age women were shedding their corsets and raising their hemlines, Japanese kimono designers entered into the roaring-20s spirit by shucking off traditional seasonal colors and designs in favor of brighter, more graphic fabrics, often with western motifs. Think roses instead of cherry blossoms!

    You can instantly tell that these are Taisho Era by the explosion of unusual color combinations

    Artist/illustrator Takehisa Yumeji (1884- 1924) was one of the foremost painters of beautiful jazz age women (bijin-ga). The exhibition takes advantage of the fact that his wife was his chief model, and the museum owns all the kimonos she used when modeling for the paintings.

    He took a little artistic license, but not much!

    Obviously the very same kimono and accessories!

    I like the real kimono much better than the illustration, but maybe that’s just me

    So, so, cool

    You still have a chance to catch this one through September 29th (2019), so if you haven’t seen it, GO.

    Where: Yayoi-Yumeji Museum, 2-4-3 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

    Open: Every day, closed Mondays

    Hours: 10:00 – 17:00

    Admission: Adults, ¥900; Children ¥400

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    (It was forbidden to take photos anywhere but the top floor, so the kimono/illustration photos are taken from the official museum catalog for this exhibition) And if you’d like to get a regular dose of kimonos like these (and more!), styled for the modern age, go check out Angie Salz’s blog – you will not be disappointed!

    Are you as delighted by all things Japan as I am? Would you like to find more posts like this spicing up your email from time to time?

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    Tired of being the same old sexy skunk or slightly NSFW goose in a tutu for Halloween? Keep your fellow costume partiers guessing with these only-in-Japan puzzlers!

    However much mini-skirted shrine maidens might figure in cosplay fantasies, you can be sure this will be the first time everyone actually sees one IRL

    And if you’re shooting for for sexy AND inexplicable, fellow revelers might guess Japanese Olympic skating costume, but only true Japanese history wonks will guess Modern Oiran!

    Or you can sort the true popcult mavens from the wannabes by dressing as everyone’s favorite gachapon capsule toy: the Office Lady Cup Sitter

    If you’re more of a life-of-the-party type, those who have ever been to a Japanese office drinking party will be happy to see a giant flask of sake coming their way

    For a costume that’s guaranteed to start a million conversations, why not show up as everyone’s favorite Japanese food ingredient: a giant green onion? If you can believe the package, this is guaranteed to baffle even Japanese Halloweenies

    And if you’re out to meet other comic book aficionados, separate those who think they know Japanese manga and anime characters from the real deal by wearing this Daddy Eyeball Monster hood

    Last but certainly not least, they tried to disguise this too-Japanese costume as ho-hum “Devil Tights” but it’s clear to anyone who’s spent any time at all in Japan, that this guy is a dead ringer for a kabutomushi: the famous gigantic Japanese beetle pets

    I found these at the always-entertaining Don Kihote megastore in Shibuya (here’s a map). And if you still haven’t hit on your dream costume, you can always check out what the peeing statue is wearing for Halloween this year, or if you’re really desperate, Costumes I Would Regret.

    Are you as delighted by all things Japan as I am? Would you like to find more posts like this spicing up your email from time to time?

    Subscribe to Only In Japan, and I’ll send you all the astounding, thought-provoking, conversation-starting Japan swaglets, the minute I post them.

    It’s easy: Scroll down to the subscribe button, enter your email, and push the button. You can unsubscribe at any time, of course, and I promise: no ads and no sharing of your information EVER.

     


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