Kimono Walking Plan near Osaka Castle

Kimono Walking Plan near Osaka Castle
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes > Attraction Tickets > Castles
$37.9
Duration: 15 minutes
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Description

A course where you can walk around Osaka castle freely while dressed in kimono.
There are also kimono costumes for children so you can enjoy it as a family. 
How about taking kimono pictures with the whole family as a memory? 

【HIGHLIGHTS】

  • Change into a kimono at Osaka castle 
  • Kimono experience which you can enjoy freely
  • Take pictures with the whole family in kimono

【SCHEDULE】

Arrival→Choose the outfit→Changing→Going outside→Return→End

【DETAILS】

First, choose your favorite kimono from many types. 
Inside the store, you will be dressed into kimono which takes only 15 minutes!  Then you can go out. 
Freely walk in the Osaka castle area in a Japanese outfit.
It's recommended to take pictures with Osaka castle in the background!
After that, you change back into your own clothes and then the experience ends. 

【TRIVIA】 

There is much to learn about Kimono dressing as there are specialty schools and many books about it. Recently it is often done as a set together with hair setting, but originally dressing and hair setting are different. The preparation before dressing and the procedure of dressing itself is complicated, so it is difficult to understand it simply by watching books and videos, so if you want to dress for the first time, it is better to ask for a professional dresser.
In addition to the kimono, necessary for preparations prior to dressing are Hadajuban, Susoyoke and Nagajuban (underwear items for the kimono), Strings, Collar core (to be inserted as a core in an Nagajuban), Datejime (a small thin fabric to prevent the kimono to fall apart), Collar stop (it fixes the form of the collar), Kimono belt (it prevents the collar to fall apart), Obi, Obi strip(it adjusts the form of the obi belt) , Obi pillow(to make a drum-like form at the back), Obi sash(It fixes the obi pillow and makes it looks gorgeous), Obijime(It fixes the obi and gives an accent to it), Tabi shoes etc. Sometimes bags and Zori sandals are needed as well. 
Many of the procedures of the dressing itself also require detailed techniques such as how to adjust the collar, how to remove clothes and how to tie the belt.

A course where you can walk around Osaka castle freely while dressed in kimono.
There are also kimono costumes for children so you can enjoy it as a family. 
How about taking kimono pictures with the whole family as a memory?