Hi Everyone, Next Vintage Kimono Sale announced! Take this opportunity to find your favorite kimonos! We’ll have vintage kimonos, accessories and some men’s stuffs! We hope to see you!----DATE AND TIME: Sat, November 17, 2018 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST ---LOCATION: Kaede Kimonos 246 W 38th St Suite1102,...

Treat yourself to a Japanese cultural celebration in the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve! Come get your scare fix and join our first Annual Japanese Nightmare Festival. Food, Vendors, Japanese Horror Movies and more. Special performances are scheduled to occur throughout the day, and should you linger after...

Hi all! Do you remember? Tomorrow is our moving sale! It'll be the last sale on 34th street! 11am to 4pm on September 8th. Don't miss it! ☆*☆*☆*☆*☆*☆*☆*☆*☆* PLACE: KaedeNYC(45 W 34th St #1107, New York, NY 10001) TIME: 11am to 4pm on September 8th...

Get ready for KaedeNYC’s vintage kimono ICHI part ll from 11am to 4pm on August 18th! We’ll have a wide range of vintage kimonos, yukatas, obis, and much more on sale for only a fraction of their original price and new products are now in...

We'll have a kimono sale “ICHI”(which means market in Japanese) from 11am to 4pm on July 21st! Put prices are marked down up to 50% off!! We sell kimonos, kimono jackets and Japanese accessories. These can be for festival, tea ceremonies, cosplay and more!! Come see us...

Our Couples One Day Kimono Workshop is a very condensed, intensive, yet fun workshop. Meant for couples to share a unique, fun and relaxed experience while still learning the basics of kimono. It can be considered a introduction for the full basic kimono dressing class....

Every year, Japan is filled with summer festivals which consists of wearing traditional yukatas, food, fireworks, and celebrations. Around this time of the year is the Awa Odori Dance Festival, one of the largest and famous annual dance festivals. [caption id="attachment_8670" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Photo credit: expatsguide.jp[/caption] Awa...

Introduction to Shichigosan Shichigosan is a rite-of-passage ceremony for children ages 3, 5, and 7 celebrated on November 15th every year . The name itself literally translates to seven-five-three. This holiday is meant to celebrate the growth, health, and wellbeing of children. Nowadays, mostly only boys ages 3...

Introduction to Seijinshiki Seijinshiki is the coming-of-age ceremony for Japanese people turning 20. In Japan, 20 is the age at which you can legally smoke, drink, drive, and go to prison, so it is a very important age for Japanese citizens. Seijinshiki is to celebrate the...

Introduction to Men's Kimono Men’s kimono and yukata are much simpler in comparison to women’s kimono. The colors are usually subdued or dark, and the patterning and designs are less complex. Less formal men’s kimono can sometimes be found in lighter or brighter colors. Men usually...