November 6, 2013 Fall festival "Yonjyugo-ya"
Dates: Friday 25 October to Sunday 27 October 2013
Venues: Badou-R Main shop and Kyoto shop
45rpm seasonal events celebrating traditional Japanese festivals.
The special garments for the fall festival, Yonjyugo-ya, or 45 nights, are made from Shetland cotton. They are available in three colors - Ai (natural indigo), off white, and Akane (or madder red) - all of which are considered traditional Japanese colors. We welcome our guests with garments that are light and warm - perfect for late fall and winter. Because of a typhoon, we were not too sure about the weather, but we ended up having not too much rain. On Sunday after the typhoon had passed we had lovely weather - perfect for the Omatsuri festival on the last weekend of October.
What is Omatsuri?
Our Omatsuri are events through which we share with you the traditional festivals that are unique to Japan. We started our Omatsuri in the summer of 2009.
We hold events at our flagship stores in Japan four times a year, welcoming you with special seasonal items, garments and seasonal foods – Omotenashi.
April「sa・ku・Ra」/ July「WAsshoii」/ October「45夜(Yonjyugo-ya)」/ December「4545祭り(Yoi Yoi Matsuri)」