At first, I explain about Japanese "Kanji".
"Kanji" is a Chinese character, it was introduced from China in first century.
So, Japanese kanji has two ways to read it.
These are Chinese-style called "On-yomi" and Japanese-style called "Kun-yomi".
can be read in about sixteen ways.)
"Go" is a name of an ancient country of China.
It's continued from A.D. 222 to 280.
is the Chinese-style reading way of
It's read "Kure"
At that time, in Japan, weavers were called "Hataori", and it's changed into "Hatori".
Japanese people assigned
for word "Hatori"
It's read "Fuku"
in Chinese-style, and it means "clothes" now.
In 5 century, a weaver woman came from China area.
She said she came from "Go", and she taught a way of weaving to Japanese people.
She and her fabric were called "Kure-hatori"
and were written
Few centuries later, it became to be read in Chinese-style "Gofuku"
Now, "Gofuku" means not only her fabric but all kind of fabrics for kimono.
And, the shops specializing in kimono are called "Gofuku-ya" or "Gofuku-ten".
(Both of "ya" and "ten" mean "shop".)
► cf.) How to Get - Gofuku-shops