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hello, newbie here ^^ stumbled upon this forum while browsing the net... :clapclap:

i would like to ask if anyone knoew where i could get a Kimono in Klang Valley area? My friend needed it kinda urgent in about 2 weeks' time and preferably a place that would rent out kimonos for a day or two...

if there's none (which i doubt if there's any... :( ) then does anyone know where to tailor one (because not all shops tailor it), how long it will take and the estimation of the price?

i heard from another friend that bridal shop might have kimonos for rent but that is... i don't think we have it here, do we? kyaaaaaaaa i am so clueless on stuffs like this...

anyway thanks for any replies ^^ ... ASAP :D

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some of the bridal shop definitely have as they have those photo shooting based on japanese time n all which i have seen before. try ur luck there

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skye>> hie thanks for your suggestion, will let my friend know... another thing ^^ what about tailor? does anyone know any experienced tailor who could make ladies' yukata ...? because she said just in case can't find and need to tailor one and i guess i'll go along with it :)

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the date not yet confirmed i think... but it's around July ;P

As usual it will be at the Matsushita Stadium in Shah Alam... if u wanna know more, go to this forum thread here:

http://www.comicfiesta.com/forumz/index.php?showtopic=9622

It'll be my first time going, and am not gonna wear yukata... maybe next time ;P

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i been to it once...but it's nothing much...anyway can see kids in yukata...very very cute!!

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I went last year with a group of 15 friend and one of them is a half japanese girlfriend and another friend whose wife is a japanese so we all had crazy fun of picnic, makaning, dancing there :) what a night !

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where can i get kimono with cheap price..

in KL area..

second hand kimono are prefered.. but must still in good condition

i want to wear it for bon odori...heehhe...

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bon odori those is not kimono its yukata.

kimono is for formal function and yukata is for summer wear basically the material use is different silk vs light cotton. Kimono mostly use wedding and formal function and yukata is more for everyday wear (traditionally)

each pair cost abt RM 300 or more depending on material (as I remember)

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really.. hahaha...

dunno that..

thanks..

so where to find yukata??

erk.. so expensive?? rm300?? die woo??

no less than 100 huh??

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really.. hahaha...

dunno that..

thanks..

so where to find yukata??

erk.. so expensive?? rm300?? die woo??

no less than 100 huh??

I'll get you one! :D:P:rolleyes:

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really.. hahaha...

dunno that..

thanks..

so where to find yukata??

erk.. so expensive?? rm300?? die woo??

no less than 100 huh??

yup original from japan ones cost u that much but the material and design also very nice compare to some i have seen... also the expensive ones is also the obi. (the ribbon) cost abt RM 100 already.

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i have seen genting selling yukata before . i think they still have it there . a set with obi ( self tie ) cost around RM 180 . the store is located around first world hotel's cafe ( place for breakfast ) . its a japanese store .

if u want a nicer obi, yea...one obi can cost about RM 100

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i have seen genting selling yukata before . i think they still have it there . a set with obi ( self tie ) cost around RM 180 . the store is located around first world hotel's cafe ( place for breakfast ) . its a japanese store .

if u want a nicer obi, yea...one obi can cost about RM 100

yea the obi i was talking abt that cost RM 100 is the ones that is clip on so its more convenient ones lar.

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wahhh..

really that xpensive...

and also need to go up to genting to get it...

and still have time to thinkin bout it..

thanks guys.

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wow.. i didnt know that kimono/yukata cost that much!

rm300 omg... omg... 8)

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dun think u can get kimono or yukata here tho

actually it's very easy to sew :P

cuz tat they i went to the japanese embassy and that's what they told us

rather than buying from japan, better sew the kimono or yukata...

but need get the right material la :)

but u still need to buy the obi and accessories :)

Edited by plue-chan

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I have a contact that sells yukata...

if you really want one.. I can PM you her email...

her price

> > Yukata RM 200

> > Normal obi RM 68

> > Clip on obi RM 88

> > Geta RM 60

> > Men's set RM 350

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