■ Yukata (Kimono) Rental & Stroll Plan

Yukata (Kimono) Rental & Stroll Plan


Time required:60 min (Chouse your yukata - Dressing - Hair set)min


Minimum number of people:1


Price per person:5,000yen

■12:00 p.m. 2 days prior to the event date.

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Yukata (Kimono) Rental & Stroll Plan

time required: 60 min (Chouse your yukata - Dressing - Hair set)mincapacity:10 [Minimum number of people:1 ]

time required: 60 min (Chouse your yukata - Dressing - Hair set)min

capacity:10人 [Minimum number of people:1 ]

Yukata (Kimono) Rental & Stroll Plan

Choose your favorite yukata, have them dressed and set your hair, and go for a stroll in Matsue!
The store is located by the Horikawa River and is very convenient for exploring the castle town of Matsue, with nearby tourist attractions such as the national treasure Matsue Castle, samurai residences, Horikawa sightseeing boats, and MeiMeian (tea house), all of which are perfect for Japanese-style dressing.
Reservations are accepted from one person.
The time is set at 10:00 a.m. at the time of reservation, but the Horikawa Komachi will contact you after the reservation is completed.

Reservations must be made two days in advance by 12:00 p.m.


Photography by professional photographer 

 60 min. 4,000 yen (tax included)
 90 minutes 6,000 yen (tax included)
If you wish to have your photo taken by a professional photographer, please indicate so in the remarks column when making a reservation. Please pay at Horikawa Komachi on the day of the event. [Location]  Matsue Kimono Rental Horikawa Komachi (316-2 Okudani-cho, Matsue City, 690-0872)

Experience Schedule

start time: 10:00

Choose your favorite yukata and obi
Free time after dressing
Return yukata to Matsue Kimono Rental Horikawa Komachi by 17:00

Important information

Price per person

■Price per person:

In case of bad weather such as typhoon, it may be cancelled. (contact us to confirm the tour)



Matsue Rental Kimono Horikawa Komachi

His unique character and warm hospitality is very popular among guests.

He worked at Matsue historical museum while working as a city official. Using experience gained from the museum and living in Kyoto he is connecting Japanese cultural experiences to tourism.

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