Kimono Kibun - Rent a Kimono and Go Sightseeing

Rental Information

Rental Kimono Standard Plan. You can rena a kimono set for up to 8 hours.

Return by 17:00 / ¥5,000 tax not included. Reception Hours 9:30 - 12:30.

Enjoy taking photos by Lake Kawaguchiko with a view of Mt. Fuji or go sightseeing in the scenic neighborhood. You may ride the sightseeing bus to tour the surrounding areas of Lake Kawaguchiko as long as the kimono is returned by 17:00.

Book the Standard Plan HereAdvanced reservation
is required

Rental Kimono Casual Plan.  Great for commemorative photos.

60 minutes / ¥3,000 tax not included. Kimono type is available from October to May. Yukata type is available from June to September. Reception Hours 9:30 - 16:00.

The Casual Plan is perfect for taking photos with Lake Kawaguchiko and Mt. Fuji in the background and making short visits to the nearby locations.
Walk-ins are welcome for the Casual Plan.
*However, due to the limited number of kimono, we recommend that you book in advance when possible.

Book the Casual Plan hereSame day
application is welcome
Rental Includes.
Please note
[Valuables] We are not responsible for your valuables.
[Insurance Plan] We offer an optional insurance plan for 500 yen upon rental. This plan will cover basic cleaning and repair costs with the exception of kimono being soiled, damaged, or lost beyond repair.

We also offer the Sengoku Armor Photo Plan.

Look and feel like a Sengoku Samurai Lord.

The main purpose of this plan is to dress up in the armor and take photos. Please let us know if you wish to go walking in it.

Sengoku Armor Photo Plan 1 Costume / ¥2,500 tax not included. Feel free to inquire about your specific requests.

FAQ
Do you hair up for woman as well?
We do some easy updo, also you can use our rental Kanzashi (it’s a hairpin for kimono) for free.
Do you have parking space?
We have a free parking in front of the Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop.
Please park your car in there.
Do you have make up service?
We don’t have make up service now. Please wear make up by yourself.
Do you have kimono for kids?
We have Kimonos for girl, but not for boy. For adults, we have both men and women kimonos.
Children’s fee is the same as adult's fee.
Do you have kimono for big size?
It is OK to wear the kimono with up to around 100cm hip size.
Is it possible to return Kimono on next day ?
Unfortunately, our company does not offer that kind of service.

Special Giveaway

A free Gamaguchi coin purse giveaway to customers who made a Kimono Kibun post on SNS (Instagram, Facebook, etc.). *Offer valid while supplies last. The perfect palm-sized coin purse to store your little things!
What is a Gamaguchi purse?
It is a coin purse made with a traditional Japanese metal clasp. The small palm-sized purse is made to store plenty of change and comes with a wide opening for easy access.

OPTIONS

Taxi Charter Options

Go sightseeing and visit the points of interest by taxi.
The driver will be standing by so you won't have to wait for a taxi.

  • Sightseeing Plan Example 1 Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine Sightseeng Plan
  • Sightseeing Plan Example 2 Arakura Fuji Sengen Shrine Sightseeing Plan
  • Sightseeing Plan Example 3 Lake Motosu Sightseeing Plan
  • *The above fees are for taxi charter only. Kimono rental fees are applied separately.
  • *As for the taxi fare, please make the payment to the taxi driver directly.
  • *Please understand that traffic will vary depending on the season and arrival time may be delayed.
  • *Taxi routes are due to change depending on traffic and other circumstances.
Sightseeing Plan Example 1. 2 Locations with approximately 30 minutes of free time. Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine Sightseeng Plan

Start at Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop → Sunnide Mae (Front of Sunnide) → Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine (Katsuyama) → Finish at Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop

  • Sunnide Mae (Front of Sunnide)
    Sunnide Mae (Front of Sunnide)

    In front of Sunnide Resort is a splendid open view of Mt. Fuji. It is one of the prime locations for photoshoots.

    Source: http://en.kawaguchiko.net/mt-fuji-view-en/

  • Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine (Katsuyama)
    Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine (Katsuyama)

    Famous for being the shrine of worship for Shingen Takeda and is open to visitors for prayers and worship. It is the oldest Mt. Fuji shinto shrine and is designated as a National Important Cultural Property.

    Source: http://fujiomurosengenjinja.jp/about/index.html

Sightseeing Plan Example 1 2 Locations with approximately 70 minutes of free time Arakura Fuji Sengen Shrine Sightseeing Plan

Start at Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop → Sunnide Mae (Front of Sunnide) → Arakura Fuji Sengen Shrine (Fuji Yoshida) → Finish at Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop

Sightseeing Plan Example 3. 2 Locations with approximately 90 minutes of free time. Lake Motosu Sightseeing Plan.

Start at Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop → Saiko Iyashino Sato → Lake Motosu (500 yen bill Mt. Fuji) → Finish at Oishi Tsumugi Traditional Workshop

  • Saiko Iyashino Sato
    Saiko Iyashino Sato

    The Nenba district is located on the shores of Lake Saiko and was once a village of thatched roof houses. With a view of Mt. Fuji in the background, visitors can enjoy traditional games and handicrafts and learn about the farming village culture.

    Source: http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/iyashi/

  • Lake Motosu (Mt. Fuji featured in Japanese Yen Notes)
    Lake Motosu
    (Mt. Fuji featured in Japanese Yen Notes)

    Lake Motosu offers a view of Mt. Fuji which is featured in the 1000-yen note design. It is a must-visit location.

    Source: http://mandegan.jp/?p=2556

You may choose your own taxi route other than the example plans offered above.
Please speak with your taxi driver about your plan.

  • *Kimono rental fees are applied separately.
  • *Please understand that traffic will vary depending on the season and arrival time may be delayed.
  • *Taxi routes are due to change depending on traffic and other circumstances.