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One minute walk to Kodai-ji Temple! Three minutes’ walk to Gion and Yasaka-jinja Shrine! There is the historic temple called "Basho-do" in the shop, and the "Kyomachiya", which is located along the stone pavement, is the best place to feel the atmosphere of Kyoto.
Rental Kimono Okamoto Gion Shop
〒605-0072 523, Washio-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi
Phone: 075-531-7890 / FAX: 075-531-8383 / E-mail: gion@okamoto-kimono.com
Open 365 days a year from 9:00 to 20:00 (Please return the kimono by 18:30.)
■Please note that you cannot find the correct route by entering "Okamoto Wafuku" into the search box.
■It is necessary to enter "Rental Kimono Okamoto ○○ Shop" into the search box when you search our shops on Google Maps.

*Please copy the shop name listed below and paste it into the search box on Google Maps.
 Rental Kimono Okamoto Main Shop
 Rental Kimono Okamoto Kiyomizudera Shop
 Rental Kimono Okamoto Yasakanotomae Shop
   Rental Kimono Okamoto Gion Shop
   Rental Kimono Okamoto Yasaka Jinja Shop
【From JR Kyoto Station】

・Leave the station by the central exit, take the No. 206
   bus at the bus stop D2,and get off at "Gion".
   5 minutes’ walk.

・Leave the station by the central exit, take the No. 100
   express bus (Rakusai bus) at the bus stop D1,and get
   off at "Gion". 5 minutes’ walk.


【From Keihan Kiyomizu-Gojo Station】

・Leave the station by exit 4, take the No. 80 bus at the
   "Gojo Keihan-mae" bus stop,and get off at "Gion".
   5 minutes’ walk.


【From Keihan Gion-Shijo Stations】

・Leave the station by exit 7, take the No. 207 bus at
   the "Shijo Keihan-mae" bus stop,and get off at
   "Gion". 5 minutes’ walk.

・10 minutes’ walk.


【From Hankyu Kawaramachi Station】

・Leave the station by exit 6, take the No. 207 bus at
   the "Shijo Kawaramachi"bus stop,and get off at "Gion".
   5 minutes’ walk.

・15 minutes’ walk.

 

*We do not have a parking lot for customers.
  Please use a toll parking lot nearby.
*Please arrive ahead of time during the peak season in
  case of a traffic jam.

Formal kimono such as furisode, semi-formal kimono, hakama and tomesode & Primary inspections are from here.