Re: [76attendees] Cotton Yukatas

Antti Mäkelä <antti.makela@tkk.fi> Thu, 12 November 2009 07:29 UTC

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Subject: Re: [76attendees] Cotton Yukatas
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On Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Thierry Ernst wrote:
> More certainly, I'm pretty sure you will find a bunch of them in Miyajima 
> (nearby island with red temple gate in the sea) were they is a full street 
> selling Japanese crafts and souvenirs (information about Miyajima is in your 
> booklet).

   This tip paid off today. If you do the same, I found that one of the 
shops had a "50% off" on yukatas and kimonos, and gave me (relatively) 
good stuff for a paltry 2000 yen. Most of the stuff was in 5000-7000 
range.

  -- Antti.