Listen up everybody looking to put on kimono and stroll the town. Well, you’ll do more than just that. You get to experience two kinds of cultural activities, which are kimono accessory crafting and confectionery making.
1.Pick out your favorite set of kimono including obi sash, sandals, and hair ornament, and have your hair simply arranged to begin the tour. (40 min.)
2. Being in the traditional attire and walking the town will make you feel as you were one of local folks.
3.Make a bow accessory using Nishijin fabric, Japan’s finest woven textile, which can provide the perfect match to your kimono. ※ See the individual tour description of Crafting Kimono Accessory for more detail. (90 min.)
4.Enjoy exquisite tofu course dish for lunch. (60 min.)
5.Try Japanese confectionery making with an award-winning sweets artisan. ※See the individual tour description of Sweets Making with Seasonal Motifs for more detail. (90 min.)
6.Pay a visit to a Buddhist temple in a picturesque atmosphere. (30 min.)