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I have always enjoyed spending time in their shop to check all tenugui and tenugui goods there.
It is my dream store, hopefully, someday I will open a store just like Kamawanu-san in New York!!! From: Ruri Tags: brooklyn bug, event, gosha, kimono, Madison Avenue, NYC anime festival, street fair, street vendor, Tenugui, tenugui art, the NYC Japan Street Fair, UZUHI Posted in art, band, blog, brooklyn, culture, event, festival, food, friend, japanese band, japanese tradition, New York, street fair, summer, Tenugui, The Daytop Madison Avenue fair, the NYC Japan Street Fair, UZUHI | No Comments » Hina-matsuri is the girl’s festival on March 3rd in Japan, when the birth of girls is celebrated and wishes are expressed for their future happiness.
” Between 43rd and 44th street on Madison avenue, many visitors were wondering around and enjoying Japanese festival spirits there, food, music, performance and… Thank you very much for coming to our booth and sharing the beauty of Japanese Tenugui with us! I saw many old friends and new friends since I moved to NYC almost 4-years ago. when I was taking a short course at Columbia University came to our booth and gave us a big Happy surprise! He is a member of UZUHI, Japanese acoustic punk band and running around the city for their performances. I always love to see my friends and visitors at the booth, and also? A couple of dolls have been traveling with me all over the world… Did you notice how clear all photos and pages look? Thank you to all visitors who came and let us show you our Tenugui Art.
I had not seen her for a while, and she came to the fair with her beautiful baby. My kimono friends Yoshiko-san and Miho-san came with their beautiful kimono! Thank you very much Gosha-kun for your super super SUPER support to us! We’ve upgraded many new programs and functions also, so it’s more fun and secure to shop at our site. We are so glad to be there and to have a chance to introduce to you Tenugui at the site. Thank you Hiroe and Ayumi – two wonderful dear friends – who work with me showing the beauty of Tenugui to everybody. for the Sakura Matsuri 2009 with new blooming Sakura next year! Our second collaboration with Sakagura Restaurant (211 E 43rd Street, NY, NY) was held on April 21st (Mon).
You can see over 200 tenugui on display, as well as a documentary about the making of tenugui. Kazuhiro Kato My parents live near Kamawanu tenugui shop in Daikan-yama, Tokyo, just five minutes from their home.HYOTTOKO – Hyottoko is a legendary comical male character in Japan.The origin of the name comes from hi ( fire) and otoko (man) because the character is blowing fire with a bamboo pipe, that is why he has a funny shaped mouth.This book contains illustrations from Nekosukes first four doujinshi AND features original artworks, as well.Cute original characters such as small Alice and cat are also included in this book.