Kimono Dressing Service

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Kimono Dressing Service

Kimono Dressing Service

『Be dressed by skillful staff!』

It will be a privilege for our experienced staff to help you dressing up into your own precious kimono! So if you want to wear your favorite yukata for summer festival or fireworks or your kimono for joining wedding ceremony, party, food party, or tea party, please don’t hesitate to come to Wargo! Our professional dressers will dress you with your own kimono or yukata!!

*Please call (075-371-2177) 5 days in advance, or
→ contact us by our inquiry form.

In case you cannot send your kimono to our shop beforehand:
【Please suspend the kimono on a hanger for at least one day, so the wrinkles could fade away.】
【Please note that if there are spots and wrinkles on your kimono when you bring your item on the same day, we will not handle it.】

Details about what we accept

  • Yukata

    Online Payment
    ¥2,900(tax excluded)

    ¥1,900

  • Komon

    Online Payment
    ¥3,900(tax excluded)

    ¥2,900

  • Tsumugi

    Online Payment
    ¥3,900(tax excluded)

    ¥2,900

  • Iromuji

    Online Payment
    ¥4,900(tax excluded)

    ¥3,900

  • Houmongi

    Online Payment
    ¥5,900(tax excluded)

    ¥4,900

  • Tsukesage

    Online Payment
    ¥5,900(tax excluded)

    ¥4,900

  • Tomesode

    Online Payment
    ¥6,900(tax excluded)

    ¥5,900

  • Men’s Kimono

    Online Payment
    ¥3,900(tax excluded)

    ¥2,900

Options

  • Rental

    ■ Tabi (Tabic)250yen

    ■ Hanhaba-obi 500yen500yen

    ■ Obidome・Sambuhimo500yen

    ★Set of Accessories2,000yen

    Kimono undergarment, Nagajuban with white half collar, interfacing Collar, 6 waist-straps, 5 towels, 2 Datejimes, board Sash, Sash bustle

  • Sales

    ■ Tabi for women1,000yen

        For men2,000yen

    ■ Kimono slip

    M size2,500yen

    L size2,700yen

    LL size 2,900yen

    ■ Nagajuban for normal sleeves 4,000yen

    ■ White half collar500yen

    ■ Decorative half collar 1,500yen

    ■ Collar interfacing250yen

    ■ Waist-strap250yen/strap

    ■ Towel250yen/sheet

    ■ Datejime500yen/piece

    ■ Sash board 1000yen

    ■ Sash bustle 1000yen

    ■ Triple temporary band 500yen

  • Dressing

    ■ Date collar fitting500yen

    ■ Upgraded sash 1,000yen

    ■ Change tying style1,000yen

    ■ Attaching half collar 1,000yen

    ※Please bring in the collar and nagajuban that you want to wear 3 days in advance.

Plans

Yukata

Yukata

Fresh unlined casual kimono made for summer. (mainly for July & August) Usually made of cotton, we find some made out of linen or polyester nowadays. We wear it with the nagajuban, bare legs, geta and complete the coordinate with a hanhaba-obi or a heko-obi.

  • Online Payment

    ¥2,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥1,900

Please bring:

  • Yukata
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Geta
  • Kimono undergarment
  • Nagajuban with half collar
  • 3 waist straps
    ×3
  • 3 towels
    ×3
  • Sash board

Yukata, Obi, Bag, Geta, Kimono Slip (or yukata underwears, Hadajuban & Susoyoke), 3 Cords, 3 Towels, Datejime, Obi-Ita

※Normally, the obis used for this plan are Heko-obi, Yukata-obi, and Hanhaba-obi.

Summer Kimono・Komon

Summer Kimono・Komon

The Komon is easy to recognize by the small repetitive pattern covering it. This casual kimono is usually completed by the Nagoya-Obi or the hanhaba-obi, tabi and a pair of zori.

  • Online Payment

    ¥3,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥2,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar,Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash board
  • Sash bustle
  • Sash band
  • Obiage sash

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar (in case of summer kimono, silk gauze type can be use), Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita, Obijime, Obiage

※If you wish to change your musubi, the triple strap become mandatory.

Tsumugi

Tsumugi

Tsumugi is made of dyed thread weaved into a checkers looking pattern, the most famous types are the Ojima Tsumugi and the Yuuki Tsumugi. This casual kimono is usually completed by the Nagoya-Obi or the hanhaba-obi, tabi and a pair of zori.

  • Online Payment

    ¥3,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥2,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar, Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash board
  • Sash bustle
  • Sash banding
  • Obiage sash

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar, Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita, Obijime, Obiage

※Normally, the obi used for this plan is Hanhaba-obi.
※If you want to use your own date collar, please see our date collar fitting option. And, if you want to request Nagoya-Obi (single Taiko), please see our upgraded sash option.

Iromuji

Iromuji – One-color Kimono

Monochrome kimono. with no crest Mon decoration, it is considered as a casual outfit and is match to the Nagoya-Obi. If one Mon is attached it become a semi-formal kimono and can be wear for Tea Ceremony. If three Mon are covering it, the Iromuji become more formal than a plain and ”Mon-less” Houmongi. It can be match to the fukuro-obi, but also to various type of obi depending the occasion or event.

  • Online Payment

    ¥4,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥3,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar, Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash board
  • Sash bustle
  • Sash banding
  •  Obiage sash

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar, Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita, Obijime, Obiage, Sanbuhimo, Date-Eri

※Normally, the obi used for this plan is Nagoya-obi.
※If you want to use your own date collar, please see our date collar fitting option. If you want to request Fukuro-obi (double Taiko), please see our upgraded sash option. For request of change tying, please see our tying styles option. For this changing tying style, please prepare triple strap as well.

Houmongi

Houmongi – Visiting Kimono

Houmongi are mainly kimono made of plain white fabric upon which prints or patterns are added. We recognize them by this distinctive complex asymetrical ”painting-looking pattern” covering the kimono from the hem, passing by the sleeves and ending on the torso. It can be wear by friends and non-relatives persons during weddings, school entrance ceremony and graduation ceremony. The Houmongi is one of the most versatile kimono and can be seen in various celebrations. It is usually combined to the fukuro-obi or an higher level of obi depending the occasion.

  • Online Payment

    ¥5,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥4,900

Please bring:

  • kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar,Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash board
  • Sash banding
  • Obiage sash
  • Date collar

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar, Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita, Obijime, Obiage, Sanbuhimo, Date-Eri

※If you want to change tying style, please see our style option. For this request, please prepare triple strap as well.

Tsukesage

Tsukesage

Compare to the Houmongi, the Tsukesage prints are usually simpler and smaller. They are symetrial and start from the hem reaching toward the waist line. One small print might be added to the hem of the sleeve or on the torso. The Tsukesage is one level lower than the Houmongi on the formal scale and are wear by unmarried women. The obi vary depending the occasion.

  • Online Payment

    ¥5,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥4,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar,Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash bustle
  • Sash banding
  • Obiage sash
  • Suehiro (folding fan)

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar, Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita, Obijime, Obiage, Sanbuhimo, Date-Eri

※If you want to change tying style, please see our style option. For this request, please prepare triple strap as well.

Tomesode

Tomesode

Both ”all black” Tomesode and ”colored” Tomesode exist. The black Tomesode are usually decorated with five Mon and are considered as very formal tailored attire. Combined with a very rich and fancy patterned obi, it is so far the most official coordinate a married women can wear. Colored Tomesode can be found with one, three or five Mon, making the kimono formal level vary and at some point similar to the Houmongi. The obi vary depending the occasion.

  • Online Payment

    ¥6,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥5,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar,Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash board
  • Sash banding
  • Obiage sash
  • Suehiro (folding fan)

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar, Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita, Obijime, Obiage, Sanbuhimo

※If you want to change tying style, please see our style option. For this request, please prepare triple strap as well.

Furisode

Tomesode

The most formal attire for an unmarried women. We recognize the furisode by the characteristic long lenght of the sleeves. The sleeves are available in three different lenght, the short, medium and long ones. We can make it more flamboyant by adding a lot of decoration such as decorative collar, large obijime and a flamboyant obiage. We match it usually to the fukuro-obi or the maru-obi and find it in receptions, graduations, weddings and other special occasions as formal dress. We match fukuro-obi with high-class embroidery and patterns.

  • Online Payment

    ¥8,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥7,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  • Bag
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Kimono slip (or Hadajuban and Underskirt)
  • Nagajuban with half collar,Collar interfacing
  • 6 waist-straps
    ×5
  • 5 towels
    ×5
  • 2 Datejimes
    ×2
  • Sash board
  • Sash banding
  • Obiage sash
  • Suehiro (folding fan)

Kimono, Obi, Bag, Tabi, Zori, Kimono Slip (or Hadajuban & Susoyoke), Nagajuban w/half-collar, Hard Collar, 5 Cords, 5 Towels, 2 Datejime, Obi-Ita (front & back), Obijime, Obiage, Sanbuhimo, Date-Eri

※If you want to change tying style, please see our style option. For this request, please prepare triple strap as well.

Men Kimono・Nagagi

Nagagi – Men’s Kimono

Match this long kimono to a haori coat, black tabi and setta.

  • Online Payment

    ¥3,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥2,900

Please bring:

  • Kimono
  • Obi
  •  Haori
  • Haori strap
  • Tabi
  • Zouri
  • Hanjuban,Undertrousers
  • Nagajuban with half collar,Collar interfacing
  • 2 waist-straps
    ×3
  • 5 towels
    ×5

Kimono, Obi, Haori, Haori Cord, Tabi, Setta, Nagajuban w/half-collar (or Hanjuban w/Suteteko), 3 Cords, 5 Towels

※The size of towel is general size (Approx 34x85cm)
※All displayed prices are tax-excluded.

Men Yukata

Men Yukata

Fresh unlined casual kimono made for summer. (mainly for July & August) Usually made of cotton, we wear it with the nagajuban, bare legs, geta and complete the coordinate with a kaku-obi or a heko-obi.

  • Online Payment

    ¥2,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥1,900

Please bring:

  • Yukata
  • Obi
  • Geta
  • T-Shirt
  • 3 Waist Straps
  • 3 Towels
  • 3 Waist Straps

    ×3

  • 3 Towels

    ×3

  • Kinchaku Bag

Yukata, Obi, Geta, Light V-neck T-shirt, Suteteko, 3 Cords, 3 Towels, Jingen Bag (if necessary)

Shichigosan Kimono

Shichigosan Kimono

A kimono made to mark the important steps of growth into an adult of your child. It consist into a vest looking kimono for the 3 y.o., a hakama decorated by a dagger and a white fan for the 5 y.o. and a beautiful bright furisode for the 7 y.o. child. The Omiyawari is used to dress your 1 y.o. for his visit to the temple where he will be presented to God for the first time. Those are the first festive kimono for your child to wear and the dress of their first marking steps!

    Noshime(5 y.o.)
  • Online Payment

    ¥6,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥5,900

    Yotsumi(7 y.o.)
  • Online Payment

    ¥6,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥5,900

    Mitsumi(3 y.o.)
  • Online Payment

    ¥4,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥3,900

    Omiyamairi(1 y.o.)
  • Online Payment

    ¥2,900(tax excluded)

  • ¥1,900

Please bring:

As it might vary depending the age of your child, we suggest you to simply bring all the set you have.
*If you wish to use wig parts for the hairdo of your little girl, please bring them on the day of the dressing.