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Lets Wear Kimono And Be A Japanese Girl!!! -In Asakusa


You must try wear a Kimono once, if you are tourists! When we talked about wearing kimono, we may probably think of Kyoto. In fact, there are some high-qualified kimono rental shops in Asakusa, Tokyo. Today, I am going to introduce 4 kimono rental shops and best photo spots located in Asakusa.


Let’s go!

Asakusa Aiwafuku


Asakusa Aiwafuku provides various kimono and yukata to choose. The shop is not only offers kimono renting services, but also help customers to style their hair. Accessories are also available too.


Customer can leave their luggage in the shop. The staff can speak English and Chinese (They also have Cantonese speaker in their shop. As I am a HongKonger, this makes me surprised and delights me!), so customers do not need to worry about the communication barriers.They also provide a special plan for the customers who want to participate in summer festival.  


Customers choosing this plan can return their yukata/kimono the next day, and can have extra discount if they book it online!


Name: Asakusa Aiwafuku

Address: (Shop No.1) 2/F, Tanihei Bldg., 1-13-12 Hanakawado, Taito, Tokyo (Tel:03-6231-6658)

                    (Shop No.2) 1/F to 3/F, NW Bldg., 1-11-4 Hanakawado, Taito, Tokyo (Tel: 03-6231-7554)

Contact Number: 03-6231-7554

Opening Hours: 09:00-18:00

How to get there:

(Shop No.1) A 4-min walk from Asakusa Station (Exit No.7) on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line

                   A 3-min walk from Asakusa Station on Tobu Skytree Line

                   A 8-min walk from Asakusa Station (Exit No.5) on Toei Asakusa Line

                   A 10-min walk from Asakusa Station on TSUKUBA EXPRESS Line

(Shop No.2 & No.3)

                  A 2-min walk from Asakusa Station (Exit No.7) on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line

                 A 1-min walk from Asakusa Station on Tobu Skytree Line

                 A 4-min walk from Asakusa Station (Exit No.5) on Toei Asakusa Line

                 A 8-min walk from Asakusa Station on TSUKUBA EXPRESS Line



Asakusa Kimono Rental Shop Kodose

Kodose is located near Asakusa Station. Kodose offers different type of kimono and yukata to choose. Customers can also choose their favorite hairpins and sandals to match with the kimono.


Customers should return their kimono or yukata by 17:30. For people who want to rent the kimono or yukata can book it online.


Name:   Asakusa Kimono Rental Shop Kodose

Address: 2/F to 3/F, Wakamatsu Bldg. 1-5-3 Hanakawado, Taito, Tokyo

Contact Number: 03-5246-4301

How to get there:

A 1-min walk on Ginza Line

A 30-sec walk from East Asakusa Station




Koto is a kimono and yukata rental shop providing a wide range of kimono and yukata to choose. Customers can find the most suitable one in this shop. Koto offers a reasonable price for customers. Customers should return their kimono or yukata by 17:00. 100yen additional fee will be charged if the customers cannot return their kimono/yukata before 17:00. Koto is located near the Asakusa station so it is easy to access. Customers can reserve the kimono/yukata online.  


Name: Koto

Address: (Shop No.1) 2/F, Omoto Bldg., 2-18-12 Kaminarimon, Taito, Tokyo

              (Shop No.2) 6/F, Collection Kaminarimon Bldg., 1-11-4 Kaminarimon, Taito, Tokyo

Contact Number: 03-6802-7018

Opening Hours: 09:00-18:00

How to get there:

(Shop No.1) From Asakusa Station (Exit No.2) on Tobu Skytree Line

(Shop No.2) From Asakusa Station (Exit A4) on Toei Asakusa Line



Kyoto Kimono Rental wargo (Asakusa Store)

Kyoto Kimono Rental wargo is a chain store providing kimono and yukata rental service. They have opened the shops in various cities including Kyoto, Osaka and Tokyo. Not only provides kimono and yukata rental service, there is hair set service, and kimono and yukata dressing service. Customers can bring their own kimono/yukata and their professional staff  will help the customers to dress up. The shop also offers free photo service too.



Customers can book it  online. English website is also available for the foreigners.


Name: Kyoto Kimono Rental wargo (Asakusa Store)

Address: 1/F to 2/F, Atelier Bldg., 1-41-8 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo

Contact Number: 75-600-2830

Opening Hours: 09:00-18:00

How to get there:

From Asakusa Station (Exit No.5) on TSUKUBA EXPRESS Line



Where to take photos?

Asakusa is definitely a great place to experience kimono/yukata because of its historical buildings and streets. I am going to recommend 3 spots to take photos with kimono.

Kaminarimon Gate



Kaminarimon Gate is one of the most popular tourist spot in Asakusa. The red lantern is a famous photo spot and symbol of Asakusa. Wearing kimono/yukata, walking on the historical street and enjoying traditional Japanese street food such as Taiyaki and Ningyo Yaki will make you feel like a town-girl from Edo period.


 Rooftop terrace of Asakusa EKIMISE

You can enjoy the city view of Asakusa and Skytree from the rooftop terrace of Asakusa EKIMISE. Wearing kimono/yukata and taking pictures with skytree is absolutely an unique experience!



Asakusa Shrine

Asakusa Shrine is designated as an “Important Cultural Property”. Taking photos in this historical shrine is definitely an unforgettable memory for visitors. Visitors can also buy amulet in this shrine.




Have a nice day and enjoy your kimono/yukata experience in Asakusa!


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I am Michelle, a HongKonger. I enjoy new experience like going hiking in different countries and learning traditional Japanese cultures including Sado and Kabuki. Being an Organizational Communication graduate, I love to explore the world and capture it through my lens. My passion is to travel and realize my ideas through photography.
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