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Kimono Fashion Show At Nishijin Textile Center, Kyoto

15 November 2008 18 Comments

I had a short business trip to Japan last week. was my first destination when I visited . It has produced elegant textiles for the imperial family and nobility for centuries.
at Nishijin Textile Center is a famous perform, That’s part of Kyoto culture.

Here is a short video I took:

If you want know more about Kyoto Nishijin Textile Center, Just visit: Kyoto Nishijin Textile Center & Kimono Fashion Show Travel Guide.

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  • JH said:

    Nice photos !

    Must be fun to go on a business trip and taking time off to tour around !

    Hope to see more of your Japan trip photos soon !



    Tiny reply on November 15th, 2008 1:46 pm:

    JH,You said the truth.

    A business trip is often a good chance for tavel as well. :)


  • lexan said:

    delicately beautiful…!

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    Tiny reply on November 16th, 2008 10:46 am:

    Thanks lexan!
    So you have more than one blog, That’s really need hard work!


  • Travel Blog said:

    I love the kimonos and Japanese culture, probably because my grandmother was Japanese. We have these Japanese dolls in our homes in kimonos since I was very young.


    iWalk reply on November 17th, 2008 12:03 am:

    Japanses keep their culture so well, That we can easily feel their style, that maybe the reason the fashion world will blow the “Japan wind”. :)


  • Metz - Empty Streets said:

    This is one thing that i admire about the Japanese people and their culture. Their ability to merge their neo ideologies and still keep their roots intact :) Great shots iWalk :)


    iWalk reply on November 17th, 2008 12:09 am:

    You catch the point,Metz.

    Few countries could keep their culture so well in such a fast growing speed.But Japan did.

    But, This post was not written by iWalk.Yeah, It’s my co-author Tiny’s Japan travel blogs. :D


    Tiny reply on November 17th, 2008 6:54 pm:

    Haha, Thanks, Metz.

    I must agree with you! We still know too little about Japanese, We still should learn their strong suit. :)


  • Free Mini-Site said:

    Love to see girl in kimono.. Such as innocent girl..


    Tiny reply on November 17th, 2008 7:13 pm:

    Kimono is one of the best dress for oriental ladies. :)


  • winona said:

    good job on this tiny. What I admire about it is that the fabrics looks so fine, very original and the color and designs are somehow very bright. It looks expensive hehehehe…..


    Tiny reply on November 17th, 2008 7:17 pm:

    Yeah, they are artwork in my eyes, and they are really expensive to me.

    Tell you the truth, I only tried the kimono style night-suit in hotel, haha.:D


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