Jun 19th Yukata(Summer kimono) dressing work shop :90分で自分で着れるようになる!浴衣着付け教室

Wearing a summer kimono is so colorful, comfortable, beautiful,

and elegant!
Let’s dress and explore Japanese classic beauty!

  • 1) History of Geisha Culture (Beauty & Kimono)
  • 2) Basic – Learn to Dress Yourself in a Summer Kimono
  1. Express Yourself With Color!  

  2. Every Woman Has a Different Shape and There Is Not One Formula to Wear a Yukata. Instead, the Many Elements That Make Up a Woman’s Figure Are Refined Into a Single Expression of Harmony And Charm.

Workshop members will be introduced to both the traditional Japanese manner of wearing a yukata and Masae’s innovative designs and original style.

You Can Learn to Dress Yourself In a Yukata in Only 90 Minutes!

~ In this Summer kimono class you will learn ~
*What is a yukata (summer kimono)?
*What you need to dress yourself head to toe in a yukata.
*How to wear a yukata by yourself.
*How to fold a yukata.
*How to tie and arrange an obi (wide Japanese belt).
*Hair styling advice for wearing a yukata.
*How to wear you long kimono in a modern mini-style!




Date: Jun 19th (Tue) 2018

Place: Salon de ChromaChic in East Village, NYC
Time: 19:00 ~ 20:30 

Class Size Will Be Limited to the First 6 People to Reserve Only!

Class fee: $45 

Reserve Your Spot from here –  

(Please Include Your Name, Phone Number, & Email Address)

Some Rental Kimonos Are Available, but Limited So Hurry!


Formal Kimono Dressing Program Every Thursday 

~ Meet Masae ~



Japanese Classic Beauty Experience : Teacher and presenter

Licensed Kimono Dresser / Performing Artist / Hair & Makeup Artist / Director / Educator/ Kyoto ambassador

*Renowned Geisha Performer in NYC

*The miss kimono hall of fame in Kyoto

*Grand Prize Winner of the all Japan hairstyling contest


Masae CEO of HANNARI  CREATION known as preacher of Japanese authentic beauty that revolutionizing the art of geisha to a new generation of women in the world."I Love kimono, I think kimono is the most beautiful, colorful dress in the world. My great-great grandma used to own a kimono store, and my grandma was a traditional Japanese dancer who always wore beautiful kimonos. This love of kimono is part of my family tradition and heritage."

She is also the first professional Japanese fire dancer in NY and appear to movies, MTV, Off Broadway and performed and produce her show internationally. Her goal is to bring more joy and color to the world.  Read more –