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Yoko Ishikawa, the shop owner, contributed five of her own 100 antique kimonos to the exhibition.
“I will also display yukata (cotton kimono), kimono jackets, wallets, handbags, scarves and t-shirts that I created from vintage kimono at the exhibition,” she said. "I’ve transformed obi (kimono belts) into colourful handbags and handkerchiefs."
The 37-year-old Japanese entrepreneur, who has lived in the Central tourism hub since 2011, also plans to show the garments for Viet Nam-Japan Day in August.