This is the only place to buy a kimono, whether you're looking for old or new, men's or women's, cotton or silkaor even flannel. The selection is about 70% vintage, mostly from the 40s, 50s, and 60s. If you're really serious, you can make an appointment to see antiques and rare styles, like wedding kimonos, most of which are housed out of the store, since they are delicate and can't be hung on a rack. But for most of us, the in-house goods will more than suffice. Vintage is in pristine condition and mostly range between $100-200, but can be more. Small pieces of fabric are also for sale ($18 for a bag of six pieces) as well as small household items and flip flops, but obviously, at Kimono House, it's really about one thing.