Kimono rental in osaka
We allow you to rent a kimono inside and outside our facility which used to be a geisha house and has many picturesque backdrops with professional lighting.
Renting kimono in Osaka can be a fun and memorable experience. Lockers for your belongings, free simple hair styling, various choices of kanzashi and hairpins, multilingual staff, plus size kimono and more.
For travelers to Kansai, renting a kimono and strolling the streets may be associated with Kyoto but it actually is more fun and memorabla when it is done in Osaka. You can rent the most popular designs at this convenient location and then take a picture in front of dozens of different kinds of backdrops at Maikoya. There are large size kimonos, kimonos for men and kimono for young kids. Also the location is very convenient so you don’t have to worry about returning your kimono to a far place.
- Kimono wearing
- Hairstyling (simple style)
- Kanzashi and hairpins
- Special socks
- Kimono rental (until 6pm)
The kimono is a beautiful item of traditional clothing, and is immediately associated with Japan. When you’re in Osaka, do yourself the favor of wearing a real kimono. For women, you can experience putting on a kimono layer by layer until the beautiful silk outer garment is finally tied with the obi sash. And although putting on a kimono is much less complicated for men, it’s still a great way to gain an understanding of how it feels to dress in authentic Japanese clothing.
Don’t worry about how difficult the process of putting on a kimono is because an expert will be helping you all the way. As you’re getting dressed, feel free to ask questions to learn more about the history of the kimono and how it has evolved over time. Or ask about each item to find out what it’s called and how it functions to make the kimono look the way it does. You can also learn some of the occasions for wearing kimono, and the different types of kimono that people wear. And if you so desire, the staff will apply style your hair in a way fitting of any kimono you choose to wear.
You’ll find everything you need here; various types of kimono from different periods of Japanese history, as well as accessories such as appropriate footwear and purses, will make your look complete. There’s an assortment of items for men, women, and children, so you’re certain to find something that you’ll love. And don’t worry about your belongings because there are lockers you can use to keep your personal items secure.
If you would like to see how you look in traditional Japanese attire, heritage house is the place to visit. This is a wonderful and memorable opportunity for you and your whole family. Come and find out what it’s like to dress up in a traditional Japanese kimono!