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Learn to Wear a Traditional Kimono in Meguro, Tokyo

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Teaching Kimono lovers how to wear a Kimono as well as sharing the Japanese tradition and culture has been my joy and pleasure. You'll be able to wear a traditional Japanese Kimono on your own in only three lessons! Lessons will be taught in my house in Meguro Tokyo, about 5 minute walk from JR Meguro station. I can teach in both Japanese and English. 1st Lesson: Nagajuban under-kimono and kimono robe 2nd Lesson: How to tie the Nagoya obi sash 3rd Lesson: How to tie the obijime belt and obiage scarf I highly recommend that you attend these lessons once in two weeks so that you have time to practice at home after each class. You are also encouraged to bring your own kimono set. However, if you don't own a kimono set, I can lend you mine or bring you Kimono shopping in the shops in Meguro or Asakusa.

Teaching Kimono lovers how to wear a Kimono as well as sharing the Japanese tradition and culture has been my joy and pleasure. You'll be able to wear a traditional Japanese Kimono on your own in only three lessons! Lessons will be taught in my house in Meguro Tokyo, about 5 minute walk from JR Meguro station. I can teach in both Japanese and English. 1st Lesson: Nagajuban under-kimono and kimono robe 2nd Lesson: How to tie the Nagoya obi sash 3rd Lesson: How to tie the obijime belt and obiage scarf I highly recommend that you attend these lessons once in two weeks so that you have time to practice at home after each class. You are also encouraged to bring your own kimono set. However, if you don't own a kimono set, I can lend you mine or bring you Kimono shopping in the shops in Meguro or Asakusa.

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