[Private] Casual Kimono Wearing (and bring home) Lesson
IntroductionIn this program, guests will have the unique chance to wear a yukata (a light cotton kimono) with an obi (a sash) of their choice. Assisted by the instructor, you will learn how to dress yourselves in yukuta. Then we will help you take photos in the room or in the garden. After you learn how to put on a yukata, you can take the yukata and obi home with you.
Price (per person)
1 person : 17,500 yen
2 persons: 13,800 yen
3 persons: 12,500 yen
4 persons and more: 12,000 yen
Tour StyleThis is a cultural experience program.
- This private program date and time can be arranged upon your request.
- Programs can be offered in English/French/German/Chinese. Please ask us for availability first.
Tea Ceremony 3,000 yen / person
How about joining the Japanese Tea Ceremony? You will have a delicious tea and a confection. Professional tea masters will teach you tea ceremony etiquette and explain the profound meaning and art behind it, which is connected to Zen Buddhism. It was founded in the 16th century and surprisingly the original spirits still remain, which will provide you a peaceful mind in the tearoom. It is regarded as a comprehensive Japanese art including everything; a hanging scroll, a flower arrangement, tea instruments, and even the breeze and sunshine, the harmony among them is superb. It must be a precious time, and you must completely forget about your busy everyday life.
It is impossible to understand the tea ceremony by just reading. You should be able to understand it only through actual experience. Please have a wonderful time and feel the Japanese spirits and beautiful season with kimono-clad tea masters.
Furoshiki Cloth Wrapping 3,000 yen / person
A furoshiki is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth traditionally used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods.
Why don't you learn the furoshiki culture of Japan? You would also touch the Japanese worm hearted hospitality with that.
Origami (Paper Folding) 3,000 yen / person
Origami is the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. It has long been evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue is not considered to be origami.
Group Size1~10 persons
Tour ItineraryMeet at a specified facility and your requested time.
What's IncludedGuiding fee
Tour TipsBooking process
1. Please ask us for availability through 'contact us' form and make sure to write the number of participants, date, and time (for private program).
2. We will check the availability and come back to you within 2 business days.
3. Payment request will be sent.
4. Reservation is done upon receiving your payment. Confirmation e-mail will be sent to you.
- Program fees shall be paid through Credit Card. Currently, no other payment method is accepted.
Reservations may be cancelled without charge up to 15 days prior to the program date.
Reservations cancelled less than 14 days before the program date will incur the following charges:
- Between 14 days and 3 days: 20% of the program charge
- 2 days in advance: 50% of the program charge
- Less than a day or no show: 100% of the program charge
*Time is in JST.
- Please follow the guide's instruction during the program. We shall not be responsible for any accident caused by disregard of the instructions.
- Program duration is an estimate and is subject to change depending on the number of participants and/or conditions without prior notice.
- Please advise us if there are any religious or health restrictions, allergies, or any case where special care is needed when you ask us for availability.
- Deadline for booking a program is 3 business days prior to the program date.