Kaga-yuzen refers to both to the silk-dyeing process for the style of formal kimono popular in the Kaga region for which it is named, and for the finished product. Kaga-yuzen masters use only five pigments to bring depictions of Japan's flora and fauna to life in a process that takes several months and more than ten steps to complete.

Traditional Japanese Makeover

Wear a Kaga-yuzen style kimono or yukata the way it was meant to be worn! Be properly fitted into a kimono of your choice, dress to the nines with all the accessories, and have your hair made up in a traditional style. Additionally, learn the appropriate mannerisms and customs, go sightseeing and shopping in your new look, and learn how to move and dance naturally in traditional wear.