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Kimono & Yukata

  • Kimono

    The Kimono making tradition is very strong in Kyoto with artisans spending a couple of weeks carefully dying and embroidering the silk into detailed, beautiful patterns.

  • Yukata

    Easier to wear than a kimono, Yukatas are kimono-shaped cotton robes originally made for wearing after taking a bath. However, they are often worn on casual occasions in summer.

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Fans & Parasols

  • Fans

    The art of Kyoto folding fans dates from the Heian era, when it is believed they were made of very thin pieces of wood tied together. They were then exported to China and from there to Europe and back to Japan. Nowadays, they are made of carefully crafted paper and bamboo and are a both elegant and useful summer accessory.

  • Parasols

    Cheer up a rainy day or protect from the scorching sun with an unique Kyoto traditional umbrellas and/or parasol.

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Bags & Purses

  • "Gamaguchi" (Clasp) purses

    Gamaguchi purses, wallets, pouches are great to keep your travel essentials, cosmetics, coins and phones or you can even wear them as a trendy bag. They combine modern styles with traditional Japanese fabrics and patterns.

  • Furoshiki

    It looks like a scarf or handkerchief but it can be tied and used in countless ways. An eco-friendly and beautiful way of wrapping everything from gifts to grocery shopping.

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Kitchen & Tableware

  • Kyohamono (Kyoto Cutlery)

    Shigeharu and Aritsugu are two of the oldest and most famous brands of Kyohamono (Kyoto Cutlery). Kitchen knives that not only will last a lifetime but can be also beautifully engraved with the initials of your name if you wish.

  • Kyomizu Ceramics

    Taking their names from the Kyomizu (Pure Water) Temple, this style of ceramics is characterized by a very fine, detailed painting.

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Skin & Hair Care

  • Aburatorigami (Blotting Paper)

    Initially used by Maikos and Geishas in Kyoto after noticing the increased oil absorbing properties of paper used for making gold leaf, Aburatorigami is a must-have during hot Japanese summers. Very convenient since they can be used over make up and can be slipped easily in the smallest of purses.

  • Kanzashi (Japanese Combs)

    Originally used in the Jomon period to protect from bad spirits, kanzashi are mainly used as hair decoration. They come in many styles and patterns and are worn according to the occasion and season.

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Decor & Stationery

  • Washi (Japanese paper)

    Handmade paper usually made from bamboo, hemp, rice or wheat. Can be used for Origami, calligraphy and other Japanese traditional arts.

  • Ukiyo-e Prints

    Ukiyo-e ("pictures of the floating world") are woodprint prints and paintings originating in the Edo. Decorate your home with high quality reprints of Hokusai or Hiroshige.

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Campaign Conditions

Campaign period (the "Campaign ")
10 December 2013, 10:00 AM to 17 December 2013, 9:59 AM (Japan Standard Time)
Entries and purchases submitted outside this period will not be accepted.
Eligibility
Participants must satisfy all of the following conditions to enter the Campaign
Enter the campaign by clicking Campaign Entry and filling out the form
To enter the form, you are required to be a Rakuten Member.
To register (free), please click here.
Spend over 10,000JPY in one purchase at any of the participating stores. See list of particpiating stores on the campaign page.
Be 18 or over
Not be an employee of Rakuten, Inc. or Rakuten, Inc. –affiliated companies
Shipping Address must be outside of Japan
Even if the address is a foreign one, if the actual delivery address is inside of Japan, the order is ineligible
Orders delivered to Tenso.com addresses or any other addresses within Japan, provided by forwarding and other such services are not eligible.
Eligible Items
All items sold by participating stores and available for international delivery to your shipping address (country) are eligible.
To be eligible you must enter the campaign and spend at least 10,000JPY at a single store, in a single transaction during the campaign period.
Prizes
One lucky entrant will be chosen in a lottery:
1 (one) Grand Prize Winner will be awarded 100,000 (one hundred thousand) Rakuten Super Points (the "Prize").
Each entrant can receive only 1 (one) lottery entry, no matter how many eligible orders do they place.
Campaign Details
Prize Details – 100,000 (one hundred thousand) Rakuten Super Points
The winner will be notified through email on or before January 31st, 2014 (Japan Standard Time) at the provided email address through Rakuten Membership Information.
The 100,000 Rakuten Super Points (Prize) will be awarded on February 20th, 2014. (Japan Standard Time).
These awarded 100,000 Rakuten Super Points (Prize) will expire on May 20th, 2014 11:59 PM (Japan Standard Time)
You may use up to a maximum of 100,000 Rakuten Super Points on both the Japan Rakuten Ichiba website and the Rakuten Global website in a single calendar month. Rakuten Super Points cannot be used to pay Shipping fees.
The Lottery for the Campaign is subject to each country`s laws and regulations. Winners must abide by these laws and regulations. This campaign is void where prohibited by law.
Rakuten reserves the right to disqualify any participant who is ineligible or is judged to have violated the terms and conditions of this Campaign.
The Prize is not refundable for cash.
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