Putting on a kimono isn’t a easy task. Putting on a kimono and looking good in it is a whole different level of difficulty. We’ll provide everything you need to make your kimono experience the best.
Everything you need will be provided, from head to toe. So all you need to bring is yourself. If you’re worried about your burdensome luggage, that’s no matter. You can leave all your stuff at our store! Plus, we’ll hand you some kimono bags to keep your necessities in.
So you arrive at Tokyo, you lose yourself in the tangling streets and subways, you’re jaws drop at the thousands of pedestrians scrambling about the Shibuya intersection, and you are dumbfounded by omnipresent anime characters in Akihabara. It’s perfectly Japan as you imagined it.
But wait? Wasn’t this the country of the Samurais?
Why don’t I see anyone wearing the traditional stuff?
That’s where Asakusa will cross your mind. Since the foundation of the prominent Sensoji Temple in 628AD, this site proudly has a continuous history, having its place in each era from the gritty medieval era to the age of the samurai, to the war-time plight to the economic booming thereafter. This may be the only place in Tokyo that stayed connected to the growth of the city itself.
Don’t just be satisfied the magnificent temple. This is downtown Tokyo. Each sidestreet is a little cut of the past, and from the narrow pathways you may just find the perfect view of the newest and tallest of Tokyo’s architecture, the Tokyo Skytree.
|PRICE (per PERSON)||4000 JPY/person|
|PRICE (GROUPS over 3 PEOPLE)||3500 JPY/person|
|INCLUDES:||+Full Kimono Set
(Kimono, Japanese Undergarment, Japanese Inner tunic, Obi Sash, Tabi socks, Japanese Clogs, Kimono Bags)
+Hair Styling & Hair ornaments (for women)
All prices include TAX
|BUSINESS HOURS||OPEN Year Round
9:30 am - 5:00 pm (rentals till 4:30 pm)
|ADDRESS||Inka Bld.5F, 2-3-11, Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0033, Japan|
|NEAREST STATION||Tokyo Metro, Ginza Line, Exit No.7|