YUGAWARA KIMONO Japanese culture experience



Relax in a comfortable cotton kimono "Yugawara Kimono"

Hello, this is Kimono Suzuki staff. I am a staff member of Suzuki.
Our store is located in Yugawara at the foot of Mt.
It takes about one hour from Tokyo Station by Shinkansen bullet train.

Yugawara is a lovely place with a quiet and calm atmosphere, surrounded by the sea, mountains, rivers, and lakes.
It is also a cultural place where historically famous writers and artists have lived.
The most exciting thing for foreign tourists is to experience Japanese life and culture through interaction with the local people.
We encourage you to put on a kimono and explore Yugawara.
Please put on a kimono and take a stroll in Yugawara.
You will experience a traditional Japanese daily life that you cannot experience in the city.

A visit to Yugawara wearing a kimono will surely be an unforgettable experience.

We hope that your trip to Yugawara will be a wonderful memory for you.
We look forward to seeing you!

About Kimono Rental

We offer kimono rental service.
Rental kimonos are made of cotton fabric. Cotton kimonos are very popular in modern Japan as everyday wear.

These are not simplified kimonos like those found in tourist attractions, but kimonos that were actually worn in daily life.
These are authentic kimonos that have been worn on a daily basis since ancient times.
The feeling of being wrapped in natural materials is very comfortable and relaxing.
Since no chemical fibers are used, there is no need to worry about allergies.

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Strolling around Yugawara
Japanese culture experience

Located in Kanagawa Prefecture, 60 minutes from Yokohama by express train, Yugawara Onsen is said to be one of the oldest hot springs in the Kanto region. It is famous as the only hot spring in eastern Japan that was mentioned in Japan's oldest anthology of poetry, Manyoshu (Anthology of Myriad Leaves). It is said to have healed many people since ancient times.

In modern times, many writers and painters, including Shimazaki Toson, Akutagawa Ryunosuke, and Tanizaki Junichiro, have visited the temple for rest and relaxation. Kunikida Doppo wrote "Yugawara yori" and "Yugawara yuki" in his later years, and Natsume Soseki is said to have written his last work, "Meian" in Yugawara, both of which were written in the hot spring resort.

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  • 盆栽



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