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Information on business during the Obon holiday in August

July 30, 2020


Information about business during the Obon holiday in August.
This year's summer has a different atmosphere than usual, but we are waiting for you with a lot of knitting and sewing tools as usual.

Online shop <br> Mail order shipments will be closed as follows.

・Summer holidays: August 13 (Thursday) to 16 (Sunday)

Orders received by the middle of August 10th (Monday) will be shipped by the 12th (Wednesday). Orders after that will be shipped after the 17th (Monday).
If you are looking for knitting and sewing goods during the summer vacation, please order early.

【please note】

  • The products are in stock in our contracted warehouse. Since the warehouse will be closed, we will not be able to confirm the inventory, and if there is an inventory shortage due to an error in the number of items in stock, we will contact you after the holidays. We are doing our best to avoid such situations.
  • Due to the prevention of the spread of new coronavirus infection, we are operating with reduced operations. It may take longer than usual to deliver. In addition, depending on the situation, there may be unavoidable sudden changes.
  • It is expected that there will be more shipments after the holidays, so it may take longer than usual. We apologize for the inconvenience, but please understand.

Physical store WALNUT

WALNUT Kyoto: We are open as usual during the Obon period. Closed Mondays and Sundays.

WALNUT Tokyo: Temporarily closed on Saturday, August 15th. For more information, please visit our blog . We are open as usual until the 15th.

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