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    Junior Member kahisa is on a distinguished road
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    Confused Is there anyone doing Japanese Kimono Wedding?

    I am looking for anyone who can service Kimono rental/wearing...
    Has anyone tried this in Singapore?

    The white Kimono Shiromuku and the Coloured Long Sleeves one.

    Orchard seems to have one called Seqya, but their collection is few as per online. Appreciate if there is any infor~


    Thanks in advance

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    Member ohsweetheart is infamous around these parts
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    Where can I look for Japanese kimono rental?

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    Member kathpierce is infamous around these parts
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    really cute idea

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    also looking for one... still got a lot of time. wedding in 2016.

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    You can rent it from seqya.

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    How much is their rental?

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    Hi I'm also looking wedding kimono rental for my wedding in Dec 2015. So far, I can only find Seqya....
    Also, I am curious. How are you girls planning to do your Japanese kimono wedding? I'm planning to do my solemnization in my western wedding dress. For my banquet, I'm planning to do my first March in in my western dress and do my second march in the kimono. My only worry is that it will take very long to wear the kimono. I don't want to spend so much time changing into my kimono and not have time to interact with my guests... Any advice or ideas?

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    Sounds like an interesting wedding theme

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