1. Sendai-Matsushima Taiken Walk
  2. Wa & Tabi Umeluv
  3. Kimono Dressing

Kimono Dressing

Kimono Dressing

Enjoy Japanese culture with plenty of fun.

The Kimono, representing Japanese culture, is well known even abroad. In the class, a participant chooses one favorite kimono out of 30 for wear, and then, he or she will go out in the kimono. It's easy to be a real tourist in a kimono.

The shamisen (three-stringed Japanese banjo) is available for those who wish to play.

Participants will be immersed in Japanese culture.
Participating only in kimono dressing class is acceptable.

Schedule

Registration

Registration

Inform the staff at the reception that you would like to participate in the kimono and tea class.
English speaking staff will attend to you.

Pick your kimono

Pick your kimono

To begin with, pick your kimono which suits your taste out of 30 choices.

Try on kimono

Try on kimono

Actually put on the kimono while following the instructions.
No worries as a professional will help you put on the kimono.

Stroll

Stroll

Take a walk in the street in your new kimono.
Walking in kimono enhances the charm of sightseeing.
Walk freely around the city and pose for commemorative photographs.

Change

Change

Change to your own clothes.
Enjoy extra time in the Japanese-style store where a snack can be arranged.

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I was amazed at how beautiful Japanese kimonos are. Dressing in kimono simply made me feel gallant.
I didn't know there is a proper way of kimono dressing. It must have been troublesome for Japanese people of former days to dress in this way every day, lol!
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I'm happy to have had an opportunity to try on a beautiful kimono, and very satisfied!
I took a lot of pictures and I can boast about this experience to my friends.

Kimono Dressing

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Program for Experience

Applicable period All year.
Time required One hour (kimono)
Business hours

Cafe: 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Fees include: Rental fees for kimono and dressing. Fees exclude: -
Preparation in advance: Nothing in particular. Meeting time & place -
Minimum participants count Up to 5 persons. Booking starting time & deadline By the day before.
Age limit No. Cancellation fees No.
Fees Kimono dressing: 4,000 yen.
Notes Nothing particular.
Languages available for service
  English Chinese
(simplified)
Chinese
(traditional)
Korean Thai
Attending to visitors × × ×
Answering calls / faxes × × ×
E-mail corresponding × × ×
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Remarks

 

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