Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Bajoo Fashion House impresses Japanese visitor

By Alex How

Bajoo Fashion House impressed Mr Akihiro Miwa with its trendy designs when it hosted the Japanese delegate from Jetro (Japan External Trade Organisation) at its shop yesterday.

Jetro Business Development Director Mr Miwa visited Bajoo as part of a two-day trip on Development & Export Promotion of Brunei Handicraft Products initiated by the Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources.

The project aimed to allow the Japanese delegate a chance to gain inside knowledge on the local company and its products, and also to further analyse how these local products can be exported to Japan.

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1 comment:

Japanese Fashion said...

Some of the traditional clothing worn by Japanese people is Kimono, Jonihitoe, Yukata etc. Kimono is the most definitive Japanese clothing, which can be worn by both men and women. The difference between men ad women kimonos is that the men kimonos are not very flashy and elaborate and they are just loosely seamed and have narrower sleeves. Women wore dazzling styles of kimonos and they feel pride to possess as it is expensive. It is made up of silk and is available in unique designs, making them different from one another. Kimonos have various parts and each part has a name of its own. This shows that Japanese are very methodical with their clothes also