Rental kimonos and delicious Japanese confectionery...!
Ever wished to stroll around Japan in the traditional garment; a kimono? On this tour you can choose your favourite kimono out of a selection from various colours and patterns and then wear it around Mukojima in search of delicious Japanses confectionery shops. Mukojima is an area that has many long established confectionery shops that have been loved by the locals for years. Try freshly boilled kibidango, kusa mochi with a fresh, spring-like fragrance and sakura mochi from a 280-year-old confectionery shop. You will also visit a Japanese garden where you can get great photos dressed in your kimono! Fill your camera roll up with photos of a memorable Japanese experience!
・Pick out your favourite kimono from a kimono rental store and wear it around town!
・Taste Mukojima's delicious confectionery.
・Spot the tallest building in Tokyo, Skytree, from the only pedestrian bridge over Sumida River.
・Cross Sumida River on a water taxi and feel the breeze of Tokyo.
・Asakusa Aiwafuku 1st shop
・Please be aware that this tour can only be experienced on weekdays.
・Depending on how busy the shop is, there may be a wait of 20-30 mins to rent a kimono.
・Kimono are traditionally worn with sandals called zori. This tour involves a lot of walking, so you may feel uncomfortable wearing zori around all day. We recommend you come in a comfortable pair of shoes so that you can change into them in case you feel uncomfortable. Please also remember to bring a carrier bag to carry your shoes around in!
・If you have a camera or a selfie stick we recommend you bring them along with you to enjoy the tour to its fullest!
・On Tuesday "Kototoi Dango" and on Wednesday "Jiman Kusamochi" are closed. If any of the scheduled places are closed on the day you visit, your tour guide will take you to an alternative location.
The following expenses are not included in the tour fee. Please bring extra money to experience this tour to its fullest.
-Travel expenses and entrance fees (about JPY 6,000)
-Money for food, souvenirs and extra activities not mentioned in the explanation of the tour above.
Outside Exit 7 at the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Asakusa Station