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Reborn in Japan your Abayaban

We create an original way of sustantability and ecological.

We make the Japanese Kimono to Reborn into abaya garments and enjoy the both cultures coverting in Abayaban (from the arabic word Abaya + yaban ) In English meaning, (Traditional garment + Japan). choice the only one and unique Abayaban in a sustaintable way and fashionable.



Washing cotton abayaban is usually very straightforward, involving a gentle machine wash at 30 degrees centigrade (86 degrees Fahrenheit).  Cleaning silk abayaban isn't quite so simple and where possible, you should try to avoid getting them dirty in the first place. For example, don't eat or smoke while wearing your kimono, and store it in a dry place out of direct sunlight.

Of course, accidents do happen and on such occasions, we recommend taking your silk kimono to a dry cleaner. Try to find one who has experience in dealing with fine silks, and who can give your abayaban the specialist care and attention it deserves. If your kimono simply needs freshening up after being stored away for a long time, hang it outside on a dry, breezy day away from direct sunlight, and repeat for as many consecutive days as necessary. This can also help remove creases.


Hand washing silk Abayaban



DISCLAIMER: Taking your silk kimono to a dry cleaner is the only way to be certain that it receives the correct care. If you must wash yours by hand, these instructions from abayaban enthusiasts across the web might help. However, please be aware that in following them, you do so at your own risk.

  1. Fill a bucket with cool water.

  2. If required, stir in a small drop of mild, non-alkaline detergent or baby shampoo.

  3. If the water in your area is hard, add a little Borax substitute to soften it.

  4. Place your kimono in the bucket and gently swirl for a minute or two, taking care not to scrub at it or leave it in for too long.

  5. Rinse the abayaban carefully to remove any suds.

  6. Air dry outdoors on a hanger away from direct sunlight.

  7. Do not wring it out, tumble dry it or iron it, as such treatment will damage the fabric.

  8. Make sure it's completely dry before folding and storing.

N.B. If your kimono contains a dark or red lining, we advise against hand washing it as the colour may bleed and stain the exterior.


Abayaban care and storage



Ironing silk abayaban should be avoided unless absolutely necessary. If yours has become severely creased, lay it shiny side down on an ironing board and place a thin, white piece of cotton on the reverse of the fabric. Dry iron at a very low temperature, turning up the heat very gradually if it fails to make a difference straight away. Take care not to touch the silk directly with the iron.

Once your abayaban is ready for storage, fold it in the traditional way using the instructions on this video before placing in a box of drawer. In Japan, silk kimono are often wrapped in thin paper first to keep them dry, as humidity can stain them over time. There is a special paper called tatou-shi designed for this purpose, but any thin, non-fibrous paper should do the trick.

  1. Fill out the application with your information and after we consult with you we start your order.

  2. We will request your measure.

  3. we start the patterns and fix it on your body size.

  4. We start the couture. 

  5. We make the last fixing with you.

  6. after the last fitting we finish your order。

  7. We cant change the design after the last fitting.

  8. We will delivery to your home.



  1. お申し込み 電話、お問い合わせフォームからご質問、ご相談後、お申し込みできます。

  2. お客様の採寸 お客様に採寸をお願いします。 

  3. 採寸情報と着物(羽織、反物)着物により反巾が違いますし(34cm~40cm)着丈も違います。

  4. パターン作成  お客様のサイズに合わせて製図いたします。

  5. 仮縫いを作る 

  6. お客様の元へ仮縫いをお届けする

  7. お客様に仮縫いの試着点検をお願いいたします。

  8. 試着点検後、仮縫いを返却していただく。

  9. 再仮縫いが必要なときは、二度目の仮縫いをお届けします。仮縫いの修正の場合には料金の追加はありません。けれど、デザイン変更はできません。

  10. 試着点検

  11. OKな場合は、裁断→縫製

  12. 完成品をお届け

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