In Japan, there is a traditional kimono culture called “kimono”, which consists of parts such as kimono, obi, obi, and foot bags.

Especially the kimono and obi are delicate and luxurious and attract the viewer.

However, nowadays, clothes are the mainstream, and you can hardly see people wearing “kimono”.

It is even seen at special ceremonies such as graduation ceremonies, coming-of-age ceremonies, and weddings.

Originally, “kimono” was expensive, could not be thrown away, often sleeping in the chest of drawers at home, and it is expensive, so it is passed down from grandmother to mother and mother to child, and it is also a memento from ancestors.

“Aiko no kabann” is a remake of expensive memories that lie dormant in the chest so that they can be used for different purposes.