New Official Sponsor of JASI

Iowa’s First Online Japanese Kimono Store- Now Open!

- Free shipping for all orders
- JASI members receive 10% off on all products
- Yumeya will donate 4% of the original purchase price to JASI. 
Contact to receive member pricing, and support JASI every time you shop at

The kimono is a traditional Japanese garment worn for important festivals or formal occasions in Japan.  It is a formal style of clothing associated with politeness and good manners.  Kimono and Obi belts are much more than just a piece of “clothing”; it’s an art, and the fabric used on antique Kimono and Obi are carefully crafted in Japan.

Yumeya' Kimono's Origin/Story:
In 1985, Yoshiko opened Yumeya "Shop of Dreams" in Kofu, Japan, specializing in the repair and fitting of Japanese kimono as well as the creating of wedding dresses and clothing using kimono fabric.  Our products are driven by her lifelong passion for the history and tradition of these elegant garments. Yoshiko’s shop of Dreams is now available online to the US through her daughter and associates.



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