Thomas Tong

At Siamurai, we upcycle vintage Japanese Indigo clothing and also we are a passionate small family business about creating Japanese-inspired street style clothing fusion with a traditional and modern twist. Our vision is to create something that is fun to wear. We design noragi-style kimonos, hoodies, samurai pants, ninja pants, skirts and many more.

-Siamurai Series-

We design Japanese Inspired Street-style wear such as noragi kimono, hoodies, samurai pants, ninja pants, long skirts, comfy pants and tribal pants. Your alternative comfy clothes.  We work with our Thai seamstresses in Thailand to create these wonderful collections.  Cotton fabrics are custom printed & made in Thailand with oriental & Japanese designs. 

-Vintage Collection-

We exhibit rare and unique vintage & antique Japanese textiles such as Fireman’s jacket and boro indigo garment.  Some pieces we repair & upcycle ourselves by using traditional sashiko hand-stitching. Each piece is unique and one-of-kind.  They are from the early 1900s (Meiji, Taisho Era) to the 1950s (mid-Showa Era) and originally created by common people, peasants farmers and villagers.  It has been past down from generation to generation and now it is recognized as Folk Art (Mingei).

-Home Decor Designs-

In the home decor selection, we have vintage boro and fabric rug from Japan, as well as banners (Nobori) and fabric wall art for display.  Each piece was done by mending many different pieces of scrap fabric together.  It presents a wonderful aesthetic.

-Custom Tabi Series- “or shoes”

I make one-of-a-kind custom tabi shoes by adding fan art or sashiko handstitched patchwork decorative design.

-Retro Series-

In the retro series, we use vintage clothing and add patchwork sashiko hand-stitching or machine stitch for decoration. 

-Custom Digital Noragi Print-

Custom art design for our noragi is possible to be done in digital printing.



Our Partners

Squamish Arts acknowledges that the land on which we live, work and recreate is the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, particularly the territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation. It is our responsibility to honour their ancestry by being an ally to the present.

Community Event Calendar

Terms & Conditions

Event Eligibility: Only events related to public art and cultural activities located in Squamish, BC will be considered for inclusion in the calendar. The event should align with the purpose and focus of Squamish Art’s mission and vision.

Submission Accuracy: The submitter is responsible for providing accurate and up-to-date information about the event, including the event title, date, time, location, description, and any additional relevant details.

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Event Approval: Submission does not guarantee automatic inclusion in the public art calendar. The calendar administrators reserve the right to review and approve each event before it is published. Approved events will be added to the calendar in a timely manner.

Editing and Removal: The calendar administrators reserve the right to edit event details, including the event title, description, date, time, and location, to ensure accuracy and consistency. The administrators also reserve the right to remove an event from the calendar at any time without prior notice.

Pricing Guidelines: Submitters must either be a member or pay a non-refundable fee of $10 for each event submitted. Membership details and fee payment instructions will be provided separately.

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Content Guidelines: Event submissions must adhere to the guidelines of respectful and inclusive language. The calendar administrators reserve the right to reject or modify event submissions that contain offensive, discriminatory, or inappropriate content.

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