The biggest Solo shirt kebaya manufacturer. Solo is an autonomous region with the status of a city under the province of Central Java and is the third largest city in the southern part of Java after Bandung and Malang by population. Besides being inhabited by the Javanese, there are also many Chinese, Arabs who live in Solo in special villages in groups but still mingle with other Solo residents. The historical worship buildings in Surakarta are diverse, reflecting the diversity of beliefs held by the people of Surakarta, starting from the largest and most sacred mosque, namely the Great Mosque of Surakarta, St. Petrus, Tien Kok Sie Temple, Am Po Kian Temple, and Sahasra Adi Pura.
Solo has the slogan Solo The Spirit of Java as an effort to image the city of Surakarta as the center of Javanese culture, there are also several other nicknames, including the City of Batik, City of Culture, City of Liwet. Residents of Surakarta are referred to as wong Solo, and the term Putri Solo is also widely used to refer to women who have characteristics similar to women from Surakarta. Apart from the nicknames above, Solo is also famous for ancient and modern things that coexist side by side, such as traditional and modern markets, manual and machine transportation, and so on.
Every year on certain dates the Keraton Surakarta and Pura Mangkunegaran hold various interesting celebrations. The celebrations are based on the Javanese calendar, including the Pusaka Malam 1 Sura Carnival, Sekaten, Grebeg Sudiro, Grebeg Mulud, Stayandalem Jumenengan, and Solo Batik Carnival. Surakarta is known as one of the cores of Javanese culture because it is traditionally one of the centers of politics and the development of Javanese traditions. People know that there is a cultural “competition” between Surakarta and Yogyakarta, giving birth to what is known as the “Surakarta Style” and “Yogyakarta Style” in the fields of clothing, dance moves, leather art (wayang), batik processing, gamelan, and so on.
Culinary tourism should not be missed when visiting the city of Solo, including Cabuk Rambak, Nasi Liwet, Timlo Solo, Sausage Solo, Serabi Solo, Tengkleng, Bakmi Toprak, Tahu Kupat, and Wedang Asle. For tourist attractions that can be visited, there are the Surakarta Palace, Mangkunegaran Temple, Vastenburg Fort, Radya Pustaka Museum, and the House of Danar Hadi. While the dance culture that is still attached there are two, namely the Bedhaya Dance and the Srimpi Dance. Solo never lags behind in preserving the existing culture so that it does not become extinct and children in the future can enjoy and learn about the culture.
The Kata Kids brand also participates in preserving Indonesian culture by always producing kebaya clothes. The kebaya that we produce is specifically for children, but we are also open to accepting orders for adult kebayas. Kata Kids has several advantages that our competitors can be proud of and pay attention to, including the use of premium materials, neat, durable stitching quality, affordable prices for premium quality, new models every month, responsive and reliable admin, and easy to order via Whatsapp, DM Instagram, Shopee, and Lazada.
The children’s kebaya series that we produce have 5 models, namely Kebaya Kutubaru Brocade, Kebaya Kutubaru Embos, Kebaya Prilly, Kebaya Sheila, and Kebaya Aira. We serve unit and wholesale purchases of children, we are very open to resellers and dropshippers. For each of the above purchases, we provide special discounts for resellers, dropshippers, and wholesale buyers. For reservations and further information, please call 0878 7456 7121.