Kimono Dressing in Asakusa

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Guided walk adorned in a traditional Kimono

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  • 1 Day(s) Duration
  • Japanese
  • Join In Group
  • Minimum 1 Travelers To Book
  • Meet Up At Location
  • Learn how to dress yourself in a kimono
  • Choose a delicate kimono that suits you
  • Stroll the streets of Asakusa dressed in a kimono led by an English-speaking guide
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  • 28 Dec 2017
    It was a great experience <3 I would love to do it again. The person who toured us was really nice. I think I loved the way I looked. Fantastic experience!

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What To Expect

Putting on a kimono isn't as easy as you might expect. Even getting dressed in a delicate art in the life of a geisha. Discover how geiko women and maiko girls adorn themselves with a tour of Tokyo's Asakusa district – dressed in a kimono! You'll have your pick of a selection of around 30 delicate kimonos, and assistants to show you the ropes of kimono wearing. Once you're properly attired, a guide will take you on a stroll through the cosmopolitan streets of Asakusa, offering some information and cultural tidbits along the way.

Asakusa Kimono tokyo tour
Wander down Asakusa district adorned in traditional dress
Kimono dress up tour
Feel like one of the beautiful geiko women or maiko girls as you learn about their cultural history
Kimono rental
Choose a delicate kimono that suits you
Kimono wearing tokyo tour in asakusa
Discover the cosmopolitan streets of Asakusa
Asakusa sights
Learn invaluable information and gain great cultural insight from your expert tour guide
Activity Information
Confirmation

Confirmation:

  • You will receive a confirmation email and your e-voucher within 1 business day
Inclusive Of

Inclusive Of:

  • English speaking guide
  • Admission fees
  • Transportation
  • Kimono rental (from January to May and October to December) or a yukata rental (light kimono) during the hot summer months (June to September)
Not Inclusive Of

Not Inclusive Of:

  • Return hotel drop off
Itinerary

Itinerary:

  • 9:00am meet at the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal
  • Transfer from Daimon Station to Asakusa Station
  • Put on kimono (30 min)
  • Walk through Asakusa (60 min)
  • 11:15am tour ends at kimono store in Asakusa
  • 4:00pm Kimonos must be returned to the shop (you can continue wearing it for sightseeing up until this time)
Additional Information

Additional Information:

  • Suitable for participants aged 6 and above
  • Public transportation is used with non-reserved seats
  • If it rains participants will have Japanese tea and a snack instead of walking through Asakusa
  • Bring a T-shirt, a pair of leggings and a pair of socks to wear under the kimono. Participants who do not bring these items will be asked to wear a kimono over whatever they're wearing. If the clothing is too thick to wear under the kimono participants may be required to purchase a T-shirt, leggings and socks for JPY 2,400
  • If the minimum number of participants (2) isn't met 4 days before schedule, then the tour may be cancelle
How To Use
  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
  • Meet up: 9:00am at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal (unless hotel pick up arranged), located inside the World Trade Center Annex on the 1st floor (Bus Terminal). Take the stairs down from the 2nd floor concourse
  • The tour ends in Asakusa
Cancelation Policy
  • A 70% refund will be issued for cancelations made at least 7 days prior to the tour
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Reviews (10) 4.6
  • April Marjorie 28 Dec 2017
    It was a great experience <3 I would love to do it again. The person who toured us was really nice. I think I loved the way I looked. Fantastic experience!
  • YEE KAI charles 2 Sep 2017
    This is an interesting experience. The rickshaw ride was particularly interesting. The dressing shop is only average in service. The tour guide was good.
  • Jed Warrick 31 May 2017
    suddenly changed itinerary by saying we would be picked-up in our hotel. should have done the tour myself. waste of time and effort.
  • DonnaLynette 6 Sep 2015
    We received great advice from our guide and the ladies at the Kimono house which made our trip memorable and easier (things can differ greatly from city to city). I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone heading to Japan, it was very enjoyable. Half a day well spent!
  • DonnaLynette 5 Sep 2015
    The Kimono house and ladies were lovely and the kimonos we wore were amazing. After a walk through Roppongi in kimonos we returned to the house for tea and sweet potato cake and learnt more about Japan.
  • EricNg6855 20 Aug 2015
    Our tour guide, Michiko was so knowledgeable about Japanese history and culture and gave us a great walking tour and background of Roppongi. We went for a walk through stunning gardens before arriving for our Kimono dressing and Michiko explained the area to us as we went.
  • Apple 7 May 2016
    Happy for the first time with kimono, with more trouble, but D is very nice, a tour guide very carefully, like
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  • Gunilla K 24 Sep 2015
    Experience kimono in Tokyo is very suitable, antique ancient city, a lot of kimono beauty walking in the street is the scenery. You can take pictures, everywhere is worth a picture of the place
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  • Lilibeth V 23 Aug 2015
    Summer vacation to go, wearing a bathrobe, the program quite complex ~ to my own to die ... but to help us wear my sister very patient Oh!
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  • jeffanderia 21 Aug 2015
    After wearing a kimono hair, we came to Roppongi HILLS, is a relatively high-end shopping center, just to catch up with the 哆 啦 A dream exhibition, there are hundreds of duo A dream doll, especially cute.
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