In the midway between Mitaka/Kichijoji and Olympics/Rugby Stadium, we are in the tranquil part of Tokyo. Kimono is not merely a fashion but it represents your attitude and stance in various TPO. Drench in the sophistications of the kimono you choose to put on with interesting historical and cultural facts explained. You could learn how to do it but mind you that it is not as easy as you might imagine. Also let your creativities go and take home with you the one-and-only DIY handkerchief using one of the traditional marbling dying technique unknown to most Japanese. Or take a walk in the ancient Jindaiji Temple which is next the wondrous Jindai Botanical Gardens. Kids are most definitely welcome!
Having travelled several countries as a backpacker, I found peace in the profoundness of kimono while raising fraternal twins. I am a qualified kimono instructor from Aoyama Kimono Academy and Wagokoro which was under the presidency of the Imperial Princess Takahito. Sometimes I walk my golden retriever in it.
kimono and accessories, color dyes, container, dying tools, blank handkerchief, etc
후기 페이지 탐색 섹션
Mainly indoor. Highly recommend a walk to Jindai Temple, built in 733, where 2 national treasures settled and enjoy the renowned Jindai soba (buckwheat noodles) and pay a visit to one the of legendary Japanese comics, Gegege no Kitaro, cafe. There are also occasional festivals or local events held. Also drop by Jindai Botanic Garden for the reasonal cherry blossoms, roses, wisteria, etc. No tourist crowds photo bombing indeed
예약 가능 여부
알아두어야 할 사항
최대 4명, 만 2세 이상만 참석 가능
정부 발급 신분증
신분증상의 사진과 대조할 수 있는 본인 사진을 찍어야 합니다. 이를 통해 에어비앤비가 체험에 참가하는 게스트를 확인할 수 있습니다. 이 절차는 한 번만 완료하시면 됩니다.
Please choose 2 out of 3 1) Kimono 2) Marbling dye. 3) A walk in Jindai Temple Rose Festival in Jindaiji Botanical Park ＊We are close to the Rugby World Cup and Olympics Stadium Dates/time flexibl
전문가에게서 배워보는 기모노 문화