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For those visitors that love
kimono and love colouring or being creative, we have created a series of little booklets with kimono designs, kosode designs, and others, from
the 1700's that can be coloured in:
Japanese Kosode designs: a slightly different
kimono colouring book 5
This book contains 21 images of people, male and female, wearing kosode designs
from books 1, 2 and 3 below, which
contain a total or 94 images.
If you would like the full set, as the original books
are, please choose the first 3 volumes of the series.
or search for FUYUya on your
local Amazon. If FUYUya is not found use one of the above.
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.
look inside volume 4
Some finished examples done by customers.
Development: phase1 - phase
2 - phase 3
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
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
Please enjoy browsing through
our site and feel free to contact us with comments,
questions or requests.
* JARDIN JAPONÉS, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Desfile 19 septiembre 2009
Envueltos en flores
El espléndido kimono V
Orquídeas y kimonos
El espléndido kimono IV
El espléndido kimono III
Imágenes que hablan
El espléndido kimono II
El espléndido kimono I
May 6, 2006
April 23, 2006
March 5, 2006
December 11, 2005
JAPÓN EN ...
(Oct 27-Nov 2, 2008)
(Oct 13-15, 2006)
(October 3-5, 2006)
Geisha kimono 2003
Theatre kimono 2004
V&A museum 1996-7
Needlecraft Fairs 1994-7
Yaohan Plaza 1994
Digital Equipment 1992
We live in Spain now,
looking for some sun and relaxation.
Any suggestions, let us know.
Who knows what the future will bring.
FUYUya in FOLKESTONE, KENT, U.K., 2011 - 2017
We were based in
Folkestone, England, but unfortunately have not been
able to show much of our collection. Maybe our next
stage will facilitate new opportunities.
FUYUya in BUENOS
AIRES, ARGENTINA, 2005 - 2011
For personal reasons
we moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2005, where
we initially started up the business again over the
internet and from home.
The name was changed
from FUYU to FUYUya, which now includes the japanese
reference for business or shop, "YA".
Later we had a dedicated section in a flat in
Avenida Pueyrredón in the center of Buenos
Our activities became
well known because of our connection with the
Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires. With their help we
organised several exhibitions about different styles
of kimono, kimono fashion shows and dress-up
activities of famous Argentinians for publicity
reasons. To publicise the exhibitions we were asked
for several interviews for radio, television and
We also were asked to
provide kimonos for several adverts, some even
international, and other activities related with
japanese kimono. Our extensive page on Press will
show you most of these activities.
FUYU in MADRID,
SPAIN, 2003 - 2005
We moved to Madrid in
Spain the end of 2001 and in 2003 we opened our
first real shop. We called it FUYU, japanese for "winter"
being my surname. It was well known as a specialist
shop in kimono. The shop was located in a street
called "Calle San Lorenzo" in the centre
We appeared in many TV
and radio programs and in magazines because of the
uniqueness and quality of the more elaborate kimonos
and its accessories.
We also rented and sold kimonos to several film,
advert and theatre productions, for example a
version of "Madame Butterfly" and a scene
in the film "Capitán Alatriste"
which unfortuntately was cut out.
FUYU in LONDON,
Our history begins in
London in the late nineties, when we did some small
selling activities from our front room in Willesden
Green while getting experience in selling kimonos in
a well known kimono shop in Golborne Road in London,
ASAHI, which is now closed.