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Arashiyama Station is a tram stop in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan, and the western terminus of the Randen Arashiyama Line that begins at Shijō-Ōmiya. The station includes a small shopping arcade, outdoor eating areas, a foot bath, a garden featuring cherry and maple trees, as well as the "Kimono Forest," a collection of 600 kimono gowns wrapped around poles with LED lighting inside. Wikipedia
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Traditional Tea Ceremony wearing a Kimono in Kyoto MAIKOYA
Only Tea Ceremony venue to win the Tripadvisor Travelers Choice Award four years in a row. KYOTO MAIKOYA relocated to an old machiya house registered Tangible Cultural Property by the local government. It is a historic townhouse where you can feel the real Japanese culture and enjoy the tea ceremony by gazing at two picturesque Japanese tea gardens. You will make Green tea (Matcha) in an ancient style tea ceremony room wearing Kimono. Kimono is prepared for both males and females. Learning about a country through cultural workshops and activities will give you a better understanding of our intricate history, valued social principals and holistic way of life.
Kimono Photo Tokyobon
Enjoy a photoshoot while wearing a traditional Japanese Kimono in Asakusa. You'll be able to have photos taken of you while dressed in a samurai costume, Hakama, or in a Kimono.
4 hours Free optional private tour in Kyoto
You can choose your day/time/place and your own local guide! There are many places to visit in Kyoto So we will make the perfect plane for you! if you are morning person, let's grab a bike to explore Kyoto through the cycling tour. if you are foodie? We know many good place to eat from good price local foods to fancy nice Japanese restaurants. We will make Perfect your own tour! so far we've done ・Night walking tour in [email protected] and Kiyomizu area ・Morning Cycling tour ・Nature Hiking tour in Kyoto city ・Cooking class with local ・Photo shooting with Kimono...etc Group size Solo traveler→¥18000 2 people→¥30000 3 to 4 people→¥40000 5 to 6 people→¥50000 if you would like to book more than 4 hours, please send us the message! 5 to 8 hours（2 to 6 people）→¥60000 5 to 8 hours (solo traveler)→¥40000
[Kyoto Street Shot] Recording every wonderful moment of travel with shutter (free kimono experience)
・The staff are female photographers who can speak at least two kinds of languages. ・Original kimono rental free, limited quantity! ・We will take you to the recommended spots such as according to the season, such as cherry blossoms and autumn leaves, and take the best shot that you can leave just at that moment. -Free kimono rental for 2 people (hair set and makeup are charged separately) -Course length: approx. 1 hour for kimono dressing, approx. 1 hour shooting -Location: Gion Shirakawa, Tatsumibashi, Yasaka Shrine, Maruyama Park, etc. -Important information- ・ Kimono can be added on site. The fee is based on the situation at the site (from 4000 yen) ・ Free kimono rental does not include hair set and makeup. Hair set 1800 yen / person, simple makeup 3000 yen / person, full makeup 5000 yen / person. ・ Please arrive at least one hour before kimono dressing. ・ We will provide all unmodified photos taken during the service time. The edited photo data will be sent by email two to three weeks later. ・ Shooting location may be changed depending on weather or congestion. (Example: Shirakawa) ・ If you wish to travel by a taxi or shoot in a place where an entrance fee is required, you will be responsible for the cost, including the cost of the photographer. ・ The service limits to sightseeing shooting only, not includes wedding photography. email:[email protected] TEL:+819066624909
Learn about Shintoism, Buddhism and Geisha culture : Kyoto Kitano Walking Tour
Learn about Shintoism, Buddhism and Geisha culture in the Kitano area of Kyoto Although it is close to the famous temples such as Kinkaku-ji Temple and Ryoan-ji Temple, the Kitano area, located in the northwest of the central Kyoto, is a lesser known area and the quiet townscape remains full of culture and history. You will visit and explore three places and learn about Shintoism, Buddhism and Geisha culture which a lot of tourists from overseas are keen to know about. Our fun and engaging tour gives you a deeper understanding of how Shintoism and Buddhism have existed and related within our lives. You will also see the mysterious life of Maiko and Geisha (we call them Geiko in Kyoto) You might be able to see a Maiko (apprentice of a Gesha) in Kimono if you are lucky! We look forward to meeting you soon in Kyoto!!