Sunday, December 9, 2012
Naginata round sleeve cashmere coat
Naginata round sleeve dress "chrysanthemum"
"Festival" tabi shoes
SOU・SOU San Francisco Store Staff, Rishy's coordinate!
Denim Jacket "bar" indigo dye
Gathered pants "Chain Motif"
Persimmon Denim tabi shoes
Thursday, November 22, 2012
SOU SOU US will start the Black Friday Campaign during Nov 23-27th.
During this time, enjoy free shipping for over $50 purchase!
Furthermore, type in the coupon code "SOUSOU" at the check out
and receive extra 20% for the sales items!
The stock is very limited so Don't miss this chance!
*****The sales only applies to the items in stock
*****US shipping only
Thursday, October 25, 2012
The petals of a newly flowering Hydrangea are white
Gradually they change from pale to light blue.
Lastly they progress to a deep blue.
A cloud covered garden after a long spell of Japan's rainy season shimmers
with various shades of blue on every petal.
My heart is permeated by blue.
(written by Katsuji Wakisaka, Translated by Rishy)
Sunday, September 30, 2012
The note from Textile Designer, Katsuji Wakisaka on the textile "Morning Glory"
Summer mornings, the flowers bloom.
One day they shall wither away.
As they steadily grow their shoots burst forth,
The impression of a large flower forcefully opening up is so refreshing.
Naturally, the summer flowers inspire me.
(Written by Katsuji Wakisaka, Translated by Rishy Kashyap)
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
SOU SOU SF's 3rd Year Anniversary is this August 2012!
During August 24~26 ONLY while supplies last.
Spend over $95 (in store or online*) and received a free "Furoshiki" wrap, packed in a beautiful gift box.
*for online customers, there is no need to type in a special code; merchandise totaling over $95, not including shipping fees
"Furoshiki" is traditional Japanese wrapping cloth used either for wrapping items/gifts, as eco bags, as a table runner, or even as a scarf!
Limit one per customer; design will be picked by staff.
Supplies are limited.
Sunday, August 12, 2012
Taking a walk every morning through Nanzenji,
located in a small neighborhood where the canal water flows towards,
The echo of its murmur as it flows
along the road I am walking, resounds in my heart.
The villas around this area also draw from
this canal's water to make a small pond in their yards.
This Kyoto canal, made by tunneling an aqueduct from Lake Biwa
through the mountains, draws water
all the way to Kyoto
providing to Kyoto its tap water.
(Written by Katsuji Wakisaka, Translated by Angie Chen)