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A big surprise from Kyoto! - Bad luck often brings good luck!
We have an amazing story to share. Our art director, Seiko, bought some kimono for our kim... Read more
Location: Trinity Church
Model: Reiko Kagawa
Our last kimono calendar model of this year 2020 was Reiko Komiyama Kagawa! She is a principal lighting designer at Sladen Feinstein Int... Read more
Location: Beacon Hill/Back Bay
Model: Hisako Kawanami
Our beautiful model - Hisako Kawanami. She is a massage therapist and is the owner of Aromantic Breath￼￼ http://aromanticbreath.net/ in ... Read more
Location: Arnold Arboretum
Model: Nana Nomura
Nana is a teacher at Boston Higashi School. Her beautiful smile and furisode kimono (a type of kimono with long sleeves) were a perfect fit wit... Read more
Location : Harvard Medical School
Model: Mai Uchida
She is a director of Massachusetts General Hospital Child Depression Program. Her gorgeous maternity kimono style was perfectly fit into this... Read more
We are very pleased to have Tatiana Dorokhova, who is a photographer for our calendar. Soon after we found her photos through her Instagram, we knew her unique photo style was what we wanted for our ... Read more
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Boston Kimono Festival Organization is a fundraising kimono event group organized by Kayo Walsh and Seiko Kitagawa. Our mission is to support children’s health research through kimono related events in Boston area.
Currently, we are making a charity kimono calendar for 2022, which the proceeds will be donated to Massachusetts General Hospital Child Depression Program and National Center for Child Health and Development in Japan. Furthermore, we are planning to have a kimono festival in November 2022.