Short sleeve blouse maiko

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In Japan and Kyoto, we collect the scenery that we casually see, and make it "it's fun if there is such a pattern". The concept is "new Nippon textiles". All textiles are "dyed" in Kyoto with the motif of Nippon.

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Short sleeve blouse maiko

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"Short-sleeved blouse Maiko / Short-sleeved Tatuma Maiko" A short-sleeved blouse with no sleeve switching. *Due to the pattern of the textile, the pattern of each pattern is different. Please note. ● Size: Free (Wearing model height 173 cm) ●Dimensions: Length 66cm, Bust 120cm, Cuffs 32cm Material: 100% cotton ● Made in Japan [Handling Precautions] *When washing with water, it may shrink when dried with a tamper, so please shape it and let it dry naturally. *Please note that the color may fade due to washing, rubbing, etc. *Avoid leaving it wet for a long time as it may cause discoloration or color transfer. [Maiko] Girls in the apprenticeship stage of a geisha whose job is to add entertainment to the banquet hall with dance and mihayashi at the five-flower district in Kyoto (Kamichiken, Pontocho, Miyagawacho, Gion Kobe, Gion East) Is called Maiko. Maiko and geisha are about 300 years ago from the Edo era, a tea ceremony woman of a water teahouse that served tea to people who visit shrines and temples around the Higashiyama where Yasaka Shrine in Kyoto and people who travel on the highway ( It's the origin. At first, tea and dumplings were served, but then sake and food were added, and the women working at the shop began to imitate Kabuki theater and perform shamisen and dance. .. Today, he is still active in the flower districts of Gion, Kyoto, under strict conventions.

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