Men’s hakama plan
Men's hakama plan
Reservation only, regular price ¥13,800
Kimono, hakama, undergarment, purse, sandals, tabi, dressing
- Autumn/winter only
The main business of the company is the "fabrics, sewing, and dyeing" of kimonos. We have dealt with kimono stores nationwide, Kyoto Yuzen and fabric stores in each production area, so we have prepared many silk kimonos that are particular about "fabrics, sewing, and dyeing" at our rental stores.
In order to make the most of your time while waiting for your kimono to be put on, we have set up a dim sum place on the 1st floor where you can take a break and enjoy the "authentic taste". You can use it without renting a kimono.
The staff of hair set holds the qualification of management beautician.
This shop is the closest to Kiyomizudera. It is a recommended shop because it is located in a place where you can easily visit Kiyomizu-dera after wearing a kimono.
The staff in charge of kimono-dressing have acquired the "Japanese Kimono Association Certified Instructor Qualification", and you can experience a full-fledged kimono-dressing experience that will satisfy customers from many years of kimono-dressing experience. . I am confident that I will not be embarrassed to post on SNS.
It is a great plan that you can use the following items.
Kimono, obi, undergarment, obi decoration, bag/drawstring bag, sandals, tabi socks + (autumn/winter only) shawl/haori, hair set
- Kiyomizu Temple
- The main hall (National Treasure), which is famous as "Kiyomizu Stage", is a stage structure with a background of cherry blossoms and fresh greenery in spring, autumn leaves and the beauty of the four seasons.It juts out from the top of the cliff and offers a wonderful view of the city.
In the precincts, there are many cultural assets such as Okunoin and Amida-do (both important cultural properties).
- City bus from Kyoto Station (86, 100, 110, 206) → Kiyomizu bus stop (time required: 10 minutes / price: 230 yen)
Walk from Kiyomizu-dera bus stop to Kiyomizu-dera Temple (Time required: 15 minutes)
- Heian Shrine
- From the large torii gate that you can look up to, to the approach to the shrine, and to the main shrine, you can feel the splendor of the dynasty at Heian Jingu. Although it is often thought to be old, it was built in 1895 to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the founding of the Heian capital.
The main building, which is painted in vivid vermilion and green, is a five-eighth reduction of the main building of the Heiankyo Daidairi.
- ◆ Get off at City Bus "Okazaki Park Art Museum/Heian Jingumae"
◆ Get off at Subway Tozai Line "Higashiyama" station, 10 minutes on foot
- Keage Incline
- The Keage Incline was a sloping railway that was in service from 1891 to 1948 on a section of the boat transportation route along the Lake Biwa Canal in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
Currently, it is maintained as a national historic site and is a tourist spot for cherry blossom trees.
- ◆Get off at City Bus "Okazaki Hosshojicho"
◆City bus (Kyoto Okazaki Loop) get off at "Nanzenji/Sosui Kinenkan/Doubutsuen Higashimon-mae" bus stop
◆ Get off at Keage Station on the Tozai Subway Line
- Fushimi-Inari Taisha
- Fushimi Inari Taisha is one of the oldest shrines in Kyoto and is the head shrine of all Inari shrines in Japan.
It boasts one of the largest numbers of worshipers in Japan, and is especially crowded on New Year's Day, the first day of every month, and the day of the afternoon.
It is famous as a god of business prosperity, and the etymology of "Inari" is also said to be "Inenari".
As the god of a bountiful harvest, it is worshiped not only by those involved in agriculture, but also by those involved in commerce.
- ◆ Immediately after getting off at JR Nara Line "Inari" Station
◆ Get off at Keihan Main Line "Fushimi Inari" station, 5 minutes on foot
◆7-minute walk from city bus "Inari Taisha-mae" stop
- Togetsukyo Bridge
- The Oi River flows with Arashiyama, a famous spot for cherry blossoms and autumn leaves, reflected on the surface of the water. Togetsu-kyo is a bridge over the Oi River, and it is said that Emperor Kameyama named it Togetsu-kyo because it resembles the crossing of the moon.
It was completed in 1934 and was designed to blend in with the scenic beauty of Arashiyama.
You can also enjoy boating and houseboat sightseeing in this area.
- ◆ Get off at Arashiyama City Bus or Arashiyama Park
◆Get off at Arashiyama Station on the Randen Arashiyama Main Line
◆ Get off at Hankyu Arashiyama Line "Arashiyama" station, 5 minutes on foot
- Yasaka Shrine
- Yasaka Shrine, which has been affectionately called "Gion-san" since ancient times, is the headquarters of all Gion shrines in Japan.
Okuninushi-no-mikoto, who is known for marriage, is also enshrined, and the stone statues of Okuninushi-no-mikoto and the white rabbit of Inaba, which are associated with episodes of the Kojiki, and cute heart-shaped ema are famous in the precincts.
- ◆ Get off at city bus "Gion"
◆ Get off at Keihan Main Line "Gion Shijo" station, 10 minutes on foot
◆ Get off at Hankyu Kyoto Line "Kyoto Kawaramachi" station, 15 minutes on foot