July 9th Learn how to wear a yukata (summer kimono) and create a matching hair style

( we sold this picture and donated to Japan Earthquake  fundraiser. Special thanks to Marius Shanzer and Yukata girl’s )

 

Location:
CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
123 4th Ave, 2nd fl,
New York, NY 10003
$ 45 (cash or check)
Please reserve in advance as space is limited.

Email me, masae@colorfulartist.com or call Masae for any question 3475311286!

Jury 9th Satruday
1:30-4:00pm Yukata & Hair arrange work shop
5:00-7:00pm  Photo shoot at Brooklyn bridge with sunset. (Option)

Here is yukata work shop & photo shoot from last year.

Learn how to wear a yukata (summer kimono) and create a matching hair style
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 as well as Masae’s innovative designs including her A-Line, Mermaid and Western style. The workshop also includes appropriate hair styling.

Masae Satouchi is an instructor of the art of Kitsuke-Kimono dressing. She received her Okudenkoushi-instructor’s license to train Kimono dressers from the renowned international Yamano Kitsuke School. She worked as a Kimono dresser at several large, traditional Japanese festivals including the Kyotos Aoi festival, and at the Gion festival; she created a Modern Yukata (casual Kimono) arrangement. Also she is a Ms. Sanjyo Kyoto Yukata Contest Champion 2002 – 2005.

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