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  • Kyoto Area
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      2 mins walk from Kyoto Station; Kyoto Tower 3F

      Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Shimogyo-ku, Higashishiokōji-cho 721-1

      Kyoto Tower Bldg. 3F

      09:00-19:00

      Access

      2 mins walk from Kyoto Station. Take the Karasuma Central Exit and find us on the other side of the road, on the 3rd floor of the Kyoto Tower.

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      1 min walk from Gionshijo Station.

      Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Higashiyama-ku,

      Shijōji Kudaru Nishigawa, Yamato-cho 7,

      Gionshijo Jissai Bldg. 3F

      09:00-19:00

      ※Return the kimono before 18:30.

      Access

      Take the exit 6 of the Keihan Gionshijo Station and walk 60 meters to the East. Turn on the right on the Shijō-Yamato-Ōji Street; our shop is located on the 3rd floor of the building on your right.

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      Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Higashiyama-ku,

      Gojouhashihigashi 6-583-104,

      Kanzashiya Wargo Kiyomizuzaka 2F

      09:00-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      Go down from Kiyomizudera Temple on the Matsubara Street and turn on the 4th corner of Kiyomizudera Keishadō to Gojōzaka. Our shop is located in front of the entrance of the public parking lot.

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      Kyōto-shi, Ukyo-ku, Sagatenryuuji Kurumamichicho 9-2 2F

      09:30-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      From Kyoto Station take the JR Sagano Line and get off at Saga-Arashiyama Station for a 30 seconds walk. Cross the round-about and go straight forward, our shop is located on the 2nd floor of the building on your right.

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      Kyōto-shi, Ukyo-ku, Saga Tenryujitsu Kurimichicho 11-4

      09:00-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      Take the JR Sagano Line from Kyoto Station and get off at Randen-Arashiyama Station for a 5 mins walk to our shop.

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      Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Shimogyō, Higashishiokōji-chō 721-1

      Kyoto Tower Bldg. 2F

      09:00-19:00

      ※Return the kimono before 18:30.

      Access

      2 mins walk from Kyoto Station. Take the Karasuma Central Exit and find us on the other side of the road, on the 2rd floor of the Kyoto Tower.

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      Kyōto-fu Kyōto-shi, Shimogyō-ku, Higashishiokōjichō 607

      09:00-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      About 5 mins walk from the Karasuma Central Entrance or West Exit (Entrance to South/North free passage). Cross the road in front of Kyoto Tower (Shiokōji dori) and turn left. Turn right at the intersection of Nishinotoin Street. Continue straight ahead and you will see a big parking lot with a "Seven Eleven" on the left side of the road, our shop is located on the 2nd floor of the Tatsuya Bldg. on the opposite side.

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      Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Higashiyama-ku, Sueyoshichō 77-5

      09:00-19:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      Take the exit 9 from the Keihan Gionshijo Station and walk 90 meters to the East. Walk along the Kamogawa River on the Shirakawa South Street, then turn right on Yamato-Ōji Street and find our shop on the left.

  • Osaka Area
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      Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Chuō-ku, Shinsaibashisuji 1-7-1, Daimaru Shinsaibashi Minami-kan 2F

      10:30-19:30

      ※Return the kimono before 19:00.

      Access

      Easy access from the underground passage leading to Shinsaibashi Daimaru from Shinsaibashi Station. Find us on the intersection of Midōsuji and Daimarumae if you are coming from Midōsuji Street.

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      Kanagawa-ken, Kamakura-shi, Komachi 1-5-13

      09:00-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      Take the East Exit from Kamakura Station, pass through the red gate and get onto Komachi Street, which is on your left. Then, turn right at the first corner and you will see our store on your right.

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      Ishikawa-ken, Kanazawa-shi, Korinbo 2-1-1, Korinbo Tokyu Square GF

      09:00-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      From the West Exit of Kanazawa Station or toward the East Bus Stop board a bus for Korinbo. Get off at Korinbo Stop; our shop is located right in front of you on the 1st floor of the Tokyo Square Bldg.

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      Tōkyō-tō, Taitō-ku, Asakusa 1-41-8, Atelier Bldg. 1F-2F

      09:30-18:00

      ※Return the kimono before 17:30.

      Access

      Get through Kaminarimon and get on Nakamise Street towards Sensoji Temple. Right before the temple gate, turn right onto Denbouin Street and notice many rickshaw in the zone. Walk straight for 200 meters until you reach a 5-ways intersection, then notice the "Atelier" sign to identify our shop!

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      Tōkyō-tō, Sumida-ku, Oshiage 1-2 West Yard

      10:00-21:00

      ※Return the kimono before 19:00.

      4 mins walk from Oshiage Station.

      Take the Tokyo Skytree Line from Asakusa Station for a 3 mins ride!!

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      1, 14-14, 2-1, Saiba-fu, Dazaifu City, Fukuoka Prefecture 818-0117

      09:00-18:00

      ※Returning kimono before 17:30

      From Nishitetsu Dazaifu Line, Dazaifu Station

      Get off at Dazaifu station, Nishitetsu Dazaifu, walk for 30 seconds toward the roundabout. It is the second floor of a building which is straight ahead towards the roundabout and is visible from the left of the intersection.

Kimono Knowledge

Kimono Knowledge

When we imported western culture, japanese daily clothing were changed from to western style. Over 100 years have passed since the foreign culture changed daily dressing habits of japanese. As a consequence, the number of those who have knowledge about kimono is gradually decreasing. Nowadays, kimono is considered as a special costume to be worn in limited events such as children celebration and coming age ceremonies. Modern Japanese who chose to wear kimono probably want to retrieve the original culture. Therefore, Wagokoro would like to bring back the precious kimono culture even a little but we hope it contribute to the big change.

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