Clothes shop of western modernity with Japanese tradition
Pagong is a clothing company in Kyoto offering colorful cloths or accessories. The origin of this store was a Kimono company operating from 1919. They are making kimono, but as days or years were passed, the demand for Kimono decreased. But they would like to transmit a yuzen style. As a result of their considering, the current Pagong, which is a combined store with their own factory has been built. They are offering modern cloths, accessories, shoes, bags, towels and so on. All of them are hand made with yuzen technique in their own factory. This style has been continued for a long time. The hope of staffs who are making some items is that, young people will also be familiar with Kimono. You can find out the combination of western modernity with Japanese tradition in this store. ▼Click here for Writer's Blog http://sharing-kyoto.com/Blog/b_Pagong/
Aloha shirts were originally made by Japanese immigrants in Hawaii, and made with Kimono. Pagong offers their own brand of western clothing with traditional Kyoto yuzen. All of their Aloha shirts are made with 100% silk.
Accessories are also available. Of course, all of these items are made with yuzen style. Clothes are little bit expensive but, these items are offered with reasonable price. It is good for the gift, these vivid colors will make you happy!
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These shoes caught my attention, how cute they are! Since they are flat-heeled, good for long walking. If you get tired of walking around Kyoto during the traveling, please try this! It will give you a comfortable walking. And carry-on suitcases are also available, these shop have some convenient items for tourists. Must check!
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Pagong - Main shop
|Category||Clothing Store / Vintage Clothing, Kimono / Yuzen|
|Address||17 saiin nishimisozaki cho, ukyo ku, Kyoto city|
|Directions||15 minutes by walk from Hankyu line saiin station|
|Open Hours||11am - 6pm|
Carry-on suitcase or comfortable shoes are available. It is good for tourists and you can use it shortly
|Lanuages spoken||Japanese only|