The kimono wearing experience is very popular among foreign tourists.
Even in Japan, there are very few people who wear kimono on a regular basis.
When we wear a kimono, the scenery around us looks different. It’s fun to experience this special atmosphere.
If you want a different kind of Kimono wearing experience, try the Kimono dressing service by Ms. Michael Yui!
Ms. Michael Yui Maejima’s specialty is called “out-there”, and coordinates a combination of kimono and clothes, hats, and accessories.
If you want to walk around in a stylish kimono that gets attention, try her kimono dressing service!
“Free Style Kimono Dressing Lesson” will be held at Engawa Sumida every weekends on April, 2017! Please see the end of this article for the details.
A half day walk-and-eat tour in the Sumo town of Ryogoku! Don’t miss the historical sites, museums, and foodie destinations. Vol. 1
Do you know the traditional Japanese sport of Sumo? Ryogoku is famous for Sumo, because there have been many sumo stables located here since ancient times. Excluding sumo, we don’t know much about the history and places to go in this town.
There are a lot of historic sites and buildings from Japan’s Edo era in Ryogoku.
I’ll show you some must-go-places such as museums, sumo-related-facilities, and local snack shops.
Let’s stroll around Ryogoku in half a day, you might even come across sumo wrestlers on the street!
Kichijoji has always been a popular place to visit in Tokyo.
It is conveniently close to two major stations in Tokyo and it only takes 15 minutes from Shinjuku station and 20 minutes from Shibuya station. After spending a day in Kichijoji, we wanted to share our itinerary with you. This is just our suggestion and we hope it’ll help you plan your trip!