Wear a Yukata or Kimono in Harajuku!

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Enjoy wearing a Japanese Yukata (casual summer kimono) and taking pictures in the middle of Tokyo! The light garment suitable for the hot summer and pictures would be a perfect souvenir of your time in Japan. With the 2 hour plan you can walk around!

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  • Enjoy wearing Japanese yukata, light-weight compared to normal kimonos
  • Watch as the professionals dress you with the Japanese garment
  • Take pictures with your phone or camera to tell your friends and family of your travels
  • With the two-hour plan, you can go to the Meiji Shrine and stroll around Harajuku, the most famous district in Japan for fashion and culture

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At the venue in Harajuku

Important Information

*There are only very limited choices of styles.
*Available sizes: woman 155-170 cm, man 160 cm-180 cm, young girl 100 cm-115 cm.
*Hair set-up is not included.
*Bring/wear a V-neck T-shirt.
*Available during the whole year, recommended for warmer seasons (April-October)
*This activity is operated by Harajuku Tourist Information Center.

What you need to bring

Bring/wear a V-neck T-shirt.

Meet your host :
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Hi We are the company, offering various kinds of bus tours through out Japan.

This time we had collaboration with Voyagin and developed some activities mainly around Tokyo,Kyoto and Osaka.

Japan has different characters in each season and our mission is to have you discover the beauty of Japan through our tours.

We are looking forward to seeing you in the tours.
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Review (1)

  • Kim Kim

    Wearing a Yukata in Harajuku

    Our guide was very lovely. She helped us get into our kimonos and show us how you do it. We went for a walk in Harajuku and it was nice to experience the Japanese culture. Would recommend.