There are many ceremonies in Japan. But in recent years, we have come to seek convenience, and the actual number of families performing rituals is decreasing． Do you know Toso(spice sake)? On New Year's Day, the family appreciates the new year and hopes to spend the year safely. Toso is liquor soaked with medicinal herbs. The vessel is special because it is an important ceremony. I will use it to give you a little alcohol. As there is only Toso during the New Year, I use Japanese sake. Underage people and people who can not drink alcohol use water. I want you to experience plus one Japanese culture. However, I will get you dressed in kimono before that. It was a custom to wear new kimono and celebrate on New Year's Day. Please choose your favorite kimono. You will be excited while dress up in kimono. You will be surprised at the beauty of your kimono. Let's make a wonderful kimono style just for you! If you wish, go to a nearby photo spot together. And, please go sightseeing freely with kimono. Please return by 9 pm.
I was born and raised here, in Kyoto. So there were a lot of opportunities to see people in kimono on daily basis, which made me to have an interest in traditional unique clothes “Kimono”, especially when I saw my boss at work was in her kimono at New Year’s party. She was so beautiful and lovely! Since then, I have been engaged in kimono as a first-class consultant for over 20 years. I would like to introduce “Beauty of Kimono” to people around the world and you to have special experiences. Wearing kimono then do tea ceremony, flower arrangement “ikebana”, go temples etc. What a amazing time you can have in Kyoto!! And one more thing I want you to experience is Japanese sake. Wearing a kimono and drinking sake will make it even more delicious. Looking forward to seeing you!
Japanese sake or water
Kimono set- kimono, obi(belt), tabi(socks), zouri(shoes)
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The nearest station is Omiya Station on the Hankyu Kyoto Line. The place is the third house on the right, entering the alley opposite the coin parking. There are three lanterns connected vertically at the entrance.
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Fri, Oct 18 De las 8:00 AM a las 9:00 AM.
$24 por persona
5 de 5 lugares libres
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Política de cancelación
Cualquier experiencia se puede cancelar dentro de las 24 horas posteriores a la compra y recibirás un reembolso total.
Política de comunicación
Comunícate siempre a través de Airbnb. Para proteger tus pagos, te aconsejamos que nunca transfieras dinero ni te comuniques fuera de la página o la aplicación de Airbnb.
Requisitos para los participantes
Pueden asistir hasta 5 participantes de 13 años y más.
Esta experiencia incluye alcohol. Solo se servirán bebidas alcohólicas a los huéspedes que tengan edad legal para beber.
If you are pregnant, you can not dress a kimono. Hair arrangement is free when you make a reservation now.
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Rituales de Japón en kimono
Desde $24 por persona
Desde $24 por persona