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Sou has just returned from Sydney, Australia!


On March 23, 2015, Sou was lucky enough to be afforded a golden opportunity: To help promote a global community.

We gave a presentation to 400 enthusiastic students of Introductory Japanese about the following:

Our business | Our goals | Japanese work culture

At Sou, it's a great joy to be able to share the beauty of traditional Japan with people of all ages, all around the world.
Fostering within people an awareness of other cultures helps us all understand one another, promoting the idea of a global community.

A global community – that's exactly what we at Sou are all about! Read on to find out more!


▼ A warm, sunny day at the University of New South Wales
"...where outstanding students and scholars from around the world can be inspired to excel in their programs of study and research."
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▼ People of all ages and backgrounds come together as one
Relaxing on the library lawn at lunchtime! "Community" in the truest sense of the word!
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▼ Speaking to hundreds of students in both morning and afternoon lectures
One of our staff members is a UNSW graduate. We urged students to go overseas and learn more about the world around them.
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▼ Introducing Sou: Our business, our goals, our vision
No matter where you are, with Sou it's never been easier to get your hands on authentic antique/vintage kimono and teaware!
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▼ Present time! Beautiful silk chirimen pouches and cool folding fans for all 400 students (plus the teachers and assistants!)
Everyone was all smiles! For many, it was the first time they would have "little pieces" of traditional Japan in front of them.
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▼ "What's inside? What's it made of? Can I have the pink one instead?"
The students were both excited and curious. And the contents? Old Japanese newspapers! A bonus!
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Special thanks to the staff and students of the University of New South Wales for all their time and effort!