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To get the kimono taken out of the drawer

Kimono is a sustainable garment that is attracting attention from all over the world. It has been passed down from generation to generation, taking advantage of Japan's climate and using materials derived from nature. If your kimono, a traditional Japanese craft that is proud of itself to the world, is buried, Wake Up Kimono wants to rescue it right away. We are working on this idea.

Collection of kimonos you no longer wear

Are you having trouble dealing with kimonos that you don't have a chance to wear and are still sitting in your drawer? I'm sure it will become someone's destiny. We will pick up the item, perform optimal maintenance, and carefully deliver it to the person who wants to wear it.

Leave any situation to wake up kimono (example)

It's okay if there are stains or scratches. We will accept your kimono or obi regardless of its condition.
Please feel free to contact us first.

  • It's discolored
  • There are stains
  • Scratches/fuzz
  • torn
  • frayed

Please feel free to contact us first!

  • I'm having trouble disposing of it.
  • I don't know where to ask
  • I want to use kimono
  • There are kimonos that I haven't worn yet.
Request to pick up a kimono

Maintenance and repair where craftsmen breathe new life into the work

wake up kimono supports artisans across Japan. In order to pass on this wonderful technique to the future, we apply traditional techniques to the kimonos we receive. Please feel free to contact us for maintenance of your existing items.

Kimonos reborn

Introducing some of the products that have been given new life using traditional techniques.

embroidery repair

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stain removal

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color change

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sketch

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craftsmanship

Coordination suggestions that allow you to go out with confidence as soon as you receive them

I don't know how to combine kimono and obi. I'm worried that it will look out of place. At wake up kimono, our kimono professionals will suggest coordination tailored to the occasion and position, so you can enjoy your kimono with peace of mind.

  • Styling by scene

    • coming-of-age ceremony
    • Graduation ceremony/Entrance ceremony
    • wedding
    • Dinner/Party
    • Theater/concert
    • street clothes

    There are actually many opportunities to enjoy kimono. However, many people may find it difficult because there are etiquettes for each scene. We will suggest styling that suits the occasion you are wearing it.

  • Styling by type

    • Tomesode
    • Furisode
    • Visiting dress
    • plain color
    • subordinate
    • small crest
    • Tsumugi
    • yukata
    • band

    There are many types of kimonos. The variations are endless, depending on the styling of the kimono itself and the obi. One of the best parts of kimono is being able to reuse items you already have wisely.