WEAR 2.5 is an exploration of everyday wear kimono that fits the modern lifestyle.
It is easy to handle, simple to wear, and offers freedom.
Experience the "New Kimono" for all fashion lovers.


To enhance the fashionability of our kimono without compromising its appeal, the following improvements have been made to our garments.
These enhancements significantly improve the ease of use of our kimono as everyday wear.


Traditional kimono features a detail called "tamoto" which is a bag-like portion at the bottom of the sleeves. This detail was mainly for decoration and not practical. By referring to the kimono worn in the past when they were worn on a daily basis, the sleeve shape has been improved for better usability. Layering with Western clothing has also become easier.


Kimono does not have pockets. However, pockets are an important structure for everyday wear. By utilizing the structure of the kimono, such as the side seam and "uchiage," pockets are arranged to enhance practicality without compromising the appearance.


Kimono is worn with an obi, which functions like a corset to fix the waist and restrict movement. If it comes undone, it can be difficult to retie. To address this issue, fasteners such as buttons have been adopted, allowing for designs that can be worn without an obi. By tying an obi, a classic style can still be naturally achieved.


We are currently proposing a new approach to kimono and participating in pop-up events throughout Japan with a focus on our online store.
Our online store features the following products.


We offer items made from repurposed kimono that can no longer be worn.
Essentially, each item is one-of-a-kind, so please find your favorite.


We also offer original items made from environmentally friendly materials and deadstock fabrics. These items are carefully crafted by kimono sewing factories in Japan.

How to wear

We believe that there are not many rules necessary for kimono as everyday wear. Like regular clothing, please wear it in a way that suits you.


Please wear our kimono just like you would wear your usual jacket.
The inner lining, called "juban," can be worn like a shirt and is also recommended as an inner or mid-layer.


Our kimono can be worn like trousers or a wrap skirt, and once you fasten the waist, your outfit is complete.
Styling it as a set will create a traditional atmosphere.


You can also enjoy a classic style by combining traditional kimono items such as the obi. It's also nice to wear it loosely like a long coat.


We aim to contribute to the sustainable development of society and the planet through our business activities.
Our values align with the goals pursued by the SDGs.

*SDGs(Sustainable Development Goals)

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015, with the participation of over 150 heads of state. The SDGs consist of 17 goals and 169 targets to be achieved by 2030, with the aim of promoting sustainable development.