So, what makes kimono special?
Today, a mixture of tourists and locals wear kimono in Kyoto. Modern Japanese lifestyles have made kimono less practical in everyday life, leading to less people wearing kimono and forgetting the unique Japanese traditions and subtle beauty kimono communicates. However,
set in an 85-year-old kimono retail shop (still selling kimono), our fun and interactive kimono experience gives you valuable hints to crack the kimono code. You also get to try on your own kimono and take pictures, giving you lasting memories.
Get hands on: Learn what makes kimono unique, try on a kimono yourself, connect with locals.
Half-price in exchange for feedback about experience until February 26.
How do I book the Hands On Kyoto Kimono Experience?
Booking Form is further down
Note: We ask for at least two days in advance for booking!
How long is the Tour?
When is the Kimono Experience Offered?
Weekly: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Open to private tours on other days. Feel free to make an inquiry!!
How much and how do I Pay?
10,000 yen per person
Unfortunately, we don’t accept credit cards or online payments at the moment. Please pay us in cash on the day of the tour.
What is the maximum number of people?
Minimum of 2 people per booking and maximum of 6 for regularly scheduled experience
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