NEWS


We have reproduced several design books, hinagatabon, for use as reference guides or colouring books.
They are all available on Amazon.
They are under FUYUya in the books section.
The name of the series is:
"EDO/MEIJI period Japanese Kosode Kimono designs".

More details of the contents in the BOOKS section below.

Our series is now complete.

You can also find the following other titles:







BOOKS
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We have reproduced several design books, hinagatabon, for use as reference guides or colouring books.

They are all available on Amazon. They are found under FUYUya in the books section.
The name of the series is "EDO period Japanese Kosode Kimono designs".

CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR PAGE ON AMAZON.COM
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STILL AVAILABLE


Here is a video that shows our previous series, of which some titles have been discontinued. Volumes 1, 2 and 3 are still available in hardcopy.
Watch the video:



The colouring books in this video are based on these books, reprinted from recut woodblocks, based on the originals, in the early 1900's.




Here are the covers of the previous colouring books:

















A look inside volume 1



A look inside volume 2


A look inside volume 3


And in volumes 2 and 3 some empty kimono shapes for your own creative ideas.



Some finished examples done by customers.


Development: phase1 - phase 2 - phase 3







JAPAN IN LEGO



We created some Japan related LEGO designs.

See below for more photos.

If you like to make them yourself and want the instructions, which can be in LEGO Digital Designer format or as a webpage, let us know by email and we will send you a copy.


Goshoguruma
Go in style to the next party or festival using your ox-cart, but only if you have the right standing in society. So for high flyers only! That means you: people living in the palace.

Kago
Want to be carried to your next destination? Get your servants to carry you in your kago.

Kimono on stand
Hang your best kimono, tomesode or furisode, on your ikkai to show them off.

Sushi Bar
Are you hungry? Try some of our delicious sushi.

Samurai travelling
Our Samurai are on their way to the sushi bar to have some lunch.

Diorama of a meeting of samurai in the main hall.
They are in such a rush that they kept their helmets on! No time to waste.
Special detail are the hand gilded 1x1 bricks in back wall.


Some sample LEGO torii gates for your Japanese garden.


A house always needs a folding screen, so start with a small LEGO one. Cute and easy to make.







OUR EXHIBITIONS




* JARDIN JAPONÉS, Buenos Aires, Argentina

* JAPÓN EN ...

* MADRID

* LONDON






HOW TO


* FOLD A KIMONO

* PUT ON A KIMONO

* TIE A NAGOYA OBI

* TIE AN OBIJIME

* TIE AN OBIAGE

* TIE A SIMPLE OBI

* TIE A MEN'S OBI

* TIE A MEN'S HAORI KNOT

* PUT ON A HAKAMA

* MAKE A HAORI OR KIMONO








JAPAN EXPERIENCES





* Japanese LEGO castles

* GINKAKU JI, The Silver Pavilion, Japan 2007

* ŌSAKA JŌ, Osaka castle tower, Japan 2015

* MEIJI JINGU, a SHINTO shrine, Japan 2015

* KAMAKURA DAIBUTSU and it's neighbourhood, Japan 2019

* HIMEJI - Another must visit castle, Japan 2019

* MATSUMOTO JŌ - A must visit castle, Japan 2015

* A SAMURAI house - The NOMURA family home, Kanazawa, Japan 2019

* teamLab Borderless - Lights,colours and amazement, Tokyo, Japan 2019

* OCHAYA SHIMA - Visiting a geisha tea house, Kanazawa, Japan 2019

* KABUKI costume exhibition, Tokyo, Japan 2019

* Food experiences in Japan, Japan 2019

* SHÕSEI-EN garden, Kyoto, Japan 2019

* MAIKO TOSHINAHO, Kyoto, Japan 2019

* GENJI MONOGATARI,Kyoto, Japan 2007

* GEISHA and MAIKO in GION, Kyoto, Japan 2003

* Some of our customers

* From caterpillar to butterfly






PAST ACTIVITIES




* MAÑANAS INFORMALES, Argentina 2010

* CAPITÁN ALATRISTE, España 2005

* DARUMA MAGAZINE






EXTRAS


KIMONO.fuyuya.com
KIMONO image database - Images from the Tokyo National Museum collection


KUSHI.fuyuya.com
KUSHI Japanese combs - Enjoy our collection of combs


HINAGATABON.fuyuya.com
KOSODE NO HINAGATABON
An introduction into antique kimono design books


KANA.fuyuya.com
Show Me The Kana
Enjoy HIRAGANA and KATAKANA and find out about their Unicode.


OIRAN.fuyuya.com
Famous prostitute Ukiyo-e prints of the 19th century.

KAMON.fuyuya.com
Find your favourite Japanese heraldry design.

DESIGNAKIMONO.fuyuya.com
For the kids: Design and print your own kimono.

SCREEN.fuyuya.com
Rakuchûrakugai (In and outside Kyoto) screen in detail.

KIMONOHISTORY.fuyuya.com
Kimonos from yesterday.

KASANE.fuyuya.com
HEIAN (794-1185) period kimono colour schemes.






ABOUT US


Having been a collector of Japanese items for many years, and having had the opportunity to share this passion with people locally, we thought it nice to be able to share this with a wider audience.

Doing exhibitions on a small scale in, amongst others, the Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires, Argentina, we hope that all those visiting our site will enjoy the images of these exhibitions.



You can find some generic information of subjects we enjoy and we hope you will find those interesting.

Please enjoy browsing through our site and feel free to contact us with comments, questions or requests.

Regards,

Arjen
FUYUya



OUR HISTORY



FUYUya in SPAIN (again), 2017 - today


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FUYUya in FOLKESTONE, KENT, U.K., 2011 - 2017


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FUYUya in BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, 2005 - 2011

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FUYU in MADRID, SPAIN, 2003 - 2005

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FUYU in LONDON, 1990´s

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CONTACT US




Contact us by email click here

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arjendefuyu@hotmail.com

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