Seijin Shiki and The Story Behind Furisode in Japan

Hello everyone!

Today’s blog is from Kyoto Tower store ( ⁎ᵕᴗᵕ⁎ )

As some of you might have known, a few days ago, January 14th was the Coming of Age Day Ceremony in Japan. Congratulation for everyone who turned to be “seijin” or becoming adult on this day!

Do you know why Japanese wear Furisode kimono in the Coming of Age Day ceremony?

Originally it was said that the kimono was born in the Edo period, and at the time it was a formal worn by young ladies and it seems that the sleeve length of the Japanese clothes gradually became longer.

And since the Meiji Period, the long sleeves kimono (furisode) is settled for unmarried women as gorgeous dresses to wear.

When going up to the stage and showing their dance, the long sleeves look gorgeous and beautiful. And that seems to be the result!
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Recently more people from overseas are interested in wearing Furisode kimonos are increasing. We would be happy if Japanese traditional kimono can spread further to the world.

Would you like to dress up in furisode too? 

We provide Casual Furisode Dressing with price start from 9,800yen +tax

And the Formal/Ceremonial Furisode with price start from 19,900yen+tax

Please contact us if you are interested in renting these plan ♡

Lastly here are the photos of our lovely customers ~ (∩´。•o•。`)っ.゚♡.゚



Furisode Kimono






Special Weekdays Campaign Discount

For every time slot in weekends,  JYP -1000 discount is still available until the end of January.

Do not miss this chance to wear kimono with even cheaper price!


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