I recently visited the store to purchase a yukata. To say that the place was a disorganized mess is an understatement. Frankly it looked like it had been ransacked by thieves.
I ignored the mess, looked through their yukata stock, picked one, and made my purchase. Upon arriving home I noticed that it had been ripped along the seams and had moth holes. Someone had attempted (but failed) to repair the seams with the wrong color thread. On my attempt to return it for a refund I was informed that store credit was my only option. I picked a hakama that was the same price that I really didn't want, probably won't wear, and chalked it up as a lesson learned.
Out of curiosity I returned several days later and found to not much of a surprise that the same yukata was back on the rack for sale with no repairs at the same $65 price tag.