Vintage Mickey Mouse Kimono

Mickey Mouse Kimono

I think I’ve finally found a reason to have a kid: this traditional 1930s boy’s Japanese kimono decorated with images of Mickey is a beaut and it’s currently available for purchase. I’m not sure what I’d do with the boy after I dressed him up, but he’d look quite natty which is good enough for me.

(Thanks, Chappell Ellison)


  • http://blog.ninapaley.com Nina Paley

    What if it’s a girl?

  • http://thingsicomeupwith.blogspot.com/ F-Force

    Most people dress there kids in there favorite sports team

    this is alot cooler

  • Paul N

    Can you imagine being Amid’s kid and showing him one of your kindergarten drawings:

    “Derivative, repetitive crap. I’ve seen it a million times before. When will children see the potential in crayons and do something innovative?”

    Just kiddin’, Amid :0)

  • Austin Papageorge

    What does the word “Natty” mean in this context?

  • http://invaderpetblog.blogspot.com/ Brandon

    In my twisted mind, “Natty” means “like Natalie Portman”.

  • Paul N

    Seriously, people; you’re already online – how hard it is to look up?

    natâ‹…ty: neatly or trimly smart in dress or appearance.

    Took all of three seconds on Dictionary.com

  • http://dailygrail.com/blog/8389 red pill junkie

    “Derivative, repetitive crap. I’ve seen it a million times before. When will children see the potential in crayons and do something innovative?”

    And after hearing that, the poor Amid Jr would quietly go to his room, put on his Mickey kimono, and perform sepuku with his Donald katana.

    …Or, he would flee and become a Ronin, putting his drawing skills at the service of the highest bidder —meaning he would end up in Dreamworks and produce Shrek XI (when Shrek’s triplets go to High School), to the despair of his father.

    ^_^