Interior Kyoto Fair

Thu 4 Oct to Thu 18 Oct 2018
Interior Acessories Department, B1 

  1. Shinpaku Juniper – Called “God of Bonsai” nurtured over 20 years. Guarantee absolute satisfaction Nishiki Black Pine – Gorgeous and dignity figure nurtured over 15 years.

  2. KOMODARU- Include some interesting back ground of the use of the traditional KOMODARU, and preparation one has to go through – in the past However, in recent years, this traditional trend of using KOMODARU is gaining popularity among the youngster especially during their wedding &/or graduation ceremony

  3. Kyoto Juzu – Kyoto beads – The Buddhist rosary is known in Japan as a nenju or alternatively, a juzu. Nenju refers to beads used for mindful practice and juzu translates as “counting beeads” (tally-beads). The Juzu signify the attainment of Buddhahood and the resolution of our various problem and suffings.

  4. Kyoto Kimono – The Japanese kimono is one of the world’s instantly recognizable traditional garments. The word kimono literally means “clothing”, and up until the mid 19th century it was the form of dress worn by everyone in Japan.