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Our shop is kimono rental shop. And wealso provide antique kimono, yukata and obi(kimono amd yukata belt). You can choose your favorite one. There are both kimono and yukata of female and male. There are yukata of children, but there are a few...more
Our girls loved the experience of walking around the streets of Kyoto in a kimono. We picked this place because it is close to the Nishiki Market which is shaded, so it makes it bearable to walk around during the hot summer days. They had...More
有香 片, マネージャー at Kyoto Kimono Rental Sakura, responded to this reviewResponded 20 July 2018
Thank you so much.
We are very happy to hear that you were so excited with kimono in Kyoto(^^♪
See you again💕
I have a yukata in dark colors and sought to buy a bright one for the summer. As I walked through Kyoto I spotted their sign. They had a large selection. Very helpful. Excellent English and fair prices. Just what I wanted! thank you
有香 片, マネージャー at Kyoto Kimono Rental Sakura, responded to this reviewResponded 4 July 2018
Thank you very much.
We are glad to make you happy(*^^*)
The ladies we worked with were super attentive and friendly, spoke English and Mandarin, and took time to help us browse through all the yukata available without reservation or prepayment, unlike a few other shops in the area. The yakuta, with accessories and hair service,...More
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