Hello, I’m Maikichi.
Thank you for visiting!
I love kimono.
And for me, it’s a part of my life, it’s also cheer-me-up clothing.
I started a blog because I wanted to introduce Japanese culture and kimono, which is a Japanese folk costume, inside and outside.
I am writing about what I thought, what I felt, and what I experienced.
Of course, I will tell you about the wearing and dressing method.
I would be happy if my own knowledge and experience could be useful for your kimono life.
Occupation: Online kimono instructor, Kimono dresser for people in a wheelchair, Japanese culture experience instructor (kimono, tea ceremony, furoshiki, origami), national tour guide, English-exam-related work
Qualifications: Kimono Dresser Grade 2, National Government licensed Guide interpreter (IJCEE member), Certified Domestic Travel Services Manager, Elementary School Teaching License (J-Shine), EIKEN Test in Practical English Proficiency Grade Pre-1
Work experience: Fancy accessory design, graphic design, web design, Instructor of Kimono School
Media cooperation: 2016 Monthly “Driver” November issue “Bunmu Ryodou Kuruma de Activity” Kimono and Tea Ceremony Experience
Favorite animal: Ferret (15 years of ferret history)
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