As Mariko Ichikawa kimonos are made from secondhand traditional kimonos and many are hand embellished, therefore the appearance on each piece may vary.
Most items, especially the non-embroidered styles, may be dry-cleaned easily.
Embroidered styles must be dry cleaned only with a knowledgeable service and some may required the embellishment to be removed prior to cleaning and then re-applied.
Please note that frequent or harsh cleaning risks damaging the vintage fabric fibers. If you have any questions on how to clean your garment, please email email@example.com.
Please enjoy your kimono with care.