• Rental Kimono
  • Rental Kimono
  • Rental Kimono

Kimono Rental

Why don’t you try on kimono (Japanese tradtional clothing) for strolling around Izushi?

  • You may choose any kimono from about 170 kimono designs.
  • Rental fees: 3,000 yen (for kids : 2,000 yen)
  • You can rent a historical play costume  that costs additional fees.
  • After reading “How it works” and “Terms of use”,  please book online.
  • Online Booking is available until three days before the date of rental.  After that,  please send us an e-mail at info@izushi.co.jp.
  • You don’ t need an appointment if it is on weekends.
Come visit our dressing room named “MU”
It is in the building of museum of Tango Crepe history.(87-3 Uchimachi Izushi-cho, Toyooka-shi, Hyogo, 668-0214, Japan)
Map
Parking
If  you  come by car,  you can  park at  Nshinomaru parking(Parking fee: 400 yen /day)
Rest room
We don’t have any rest room at the dressing room.
So you should use the rest room at the Nishinomaru pariking.

How it works

How to rent a kimono?

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  • Rental fees:3,000 yen (for kids: 2,000 yen)
  • We don’t have a lot of  kids kimonos. Children  taller than 140 cm high can wear adult kimono.
  • You can rent a historical play costume  that costs additional fees.

The following photos are some of our rental kimonos.

Places to visit in kimono

Izushi Eirakukan

Izushi Eirakukan opened in 1901 and is the oldest make-shift playhouse in the Kinki region. It was renovated in 2008 after 44 years. Backstage areas such as Mawari Butai (revolving stages) and Naraku (under the stage) are open to public when no performance including Kabuki is underway.

Shinkoro

Shinkoro was built in 1871 at Yaguradai beside the Otemon Gate of the former Sannomaru. Since Dr. Ikeguchi donated a large clock in 1881, Shinkoro has been known familiarly as the clock tower. The third clock now keeps time.

Izushi Karoh Yashiki

The former residence of a senior samurai in the late Edo period, which was located within Izushi Castle. This is where the mansion of Sengoku Sakyo, who played a major role in the Sengoku Disturbance, was located.

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Izushi Tourist Association (NPO)
104-7 Uchimachi Izushi-cho, Toyooka-shi, Hyogo, 668-0214, Japan
TEL: +81-796-52-4806, FAX: +81-796-52-4815