Is it difficult to put on a kimono??

These days, even Japanese take lessons to learn how to wear a kimono. To wear a traditional fomal kimono is not very easy, so most of us start learning it with Yukata.

Yukata is a cotton unlined kimono, especially for summer. Very casual and you see a lot of Japanese wear it in summer festivals or at fireworks festivals.

One of the reason which makes easy to wear a Yukata is that we tie "HAN HABA OBI", which is a narrow type obi sash on a Yukata.

With HAN HABA OBI, there are many kinds of tie style! We will learn some ways of tieing obi sash in the workshop.


Fees, Dates and Things to bring

Regular price - $25 per person, but NOW $20 per person only for this summer!

Every Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 10:00 to 12:00.

Bring your own sandals, singlet and leggings.

Let us know your height.


After you put on a Yukata by yourself, we will take you the local shrine so you can take some photos.

*Reservation and advance payment required by 2 days before the workshop date.


How to make a reservation

Go to Workshop category page and choose the date.

Select the number of the participants. 5 people at most in 1 day.

*Reservation and advance payment required by 2 days before the workshop date.


How to access

Address:
1-9-13, Uemachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 5400005

Tel:
06-7493-9415

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