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#26 Real Issues, Real Voices, Real Japan Podcast – Kimono with Sheila Cliffe

Sheila Cliffe is a professor emerita at Jumonji Gakuen Women’s University in Japan. A kimono researcher, author and stylist in Tokyo, she has lectured at conferences.

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Listen in as Sheila Cliffe chats with the JAPAN Forward editorial team in a discussion on how kimono are evolving now and as part of Japan’s innovation throughout the times.

Sheila Cliffe is a professor emerita at Jumonji Gakuen Women’s University in Japan. A kimono researcher, author and stylist in Tokyo, she has lectured at conferences, museums and events in Japan, England, Hawaii and South Korea, and is one of the first non-native Japanese people to hold an official kimono dressing and teaching license. 

Find her column, “Kimono Style” on JAPAN Forward.

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