Kyoto Night Tour in Kimono

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Kansai (Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, etc.) Walking Tour

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¥25,000 ~

Overview :

1. This tour is accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter. Dress in a kimono (or yukata in summer) and experience the traditional attire of Japan.
2. Enjoy a stroll along the streets while wearing a kimono.
3. Experience a candle-lit tea ceremony, something available only on this tour.
4. Enjoy a Zen-style dinner focused on vegetarian cuisine.
5. This tour promotes Eco-friendly efforts and Cross-cultural Understanding as stated under Sunrise Tours' Sustainable Development Goals.
Please check the following page for details.



15:30- Depart from Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo Take a taxi to the Yume Kyoto Kodai-ji Temple Shop.
15:40-16:30 50(min) Yume Kyoto - Kimono Dress-up Experience trying on an authentic kimono.
Wear a kimono (yukata in summer) and head out for a stroll.
Customers' clothes and unnecessary belongings will be brought in advance to the dinner venue, Gion Yoshi-Ima.
Freely enjoy a stroll without heavy bags in the way!
*Please refer to [Operation Conditions/Tour Conditions] in the Remarks.
16:30-17:00 30(min) Nene no Michi Take a stroll from the Yume Kyoto Kodai-ji Temple Shop to Yasaka Shrine while enjoying the atmosphere.
17:00-17:20 20(min) Yasaka Shrine This shrine is famous for the Gion Festival. The shrine's main hall is a designated national treasure.
17:20-18:00 40(min) Walk around Gion Take a stroll in areas such as Hanamikoji street and Tatsumi Bridge, and bask in an atmosphere that feels most like Kyoto.
The bridge over the river Shirakawa, stone-paved streets lined with traditional wooden townhouses... this is Kyoto.
Rows of houses still featuring lattice doors today are reminiscent of the elegance and style of ancient times.
There is no better place than Gion to take pictures in a kimono or yukata.
18:00-19:20 80(min) Tea Ceremony and Dinner at Gion Yoshi-ima Enjoy an exclusive private evening tea ceremony with candle light at Gion Yoshi-Ima's tea ceremony room Kurenaitei.
Dinner will be served in Zen style, a simple but well-balanced dietetic meal now attracting global attention.
*Please refer to [Important Notes/Supplements: Regarding Meals] in the Remarks.
19:20-19:30 10(min) Change clothes At Gion Yoshi-Ima, change back into your own clothes.
19:30- Tour ends at Gion Yoshi-Ima Gion Yoshi-Ima is conveniently located in the Gion district.
Please head to your next destination on your own.


Remarks:Planning Company: JTB Global Marketing & Travel Inc.
Address: 2-3-14 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 1723)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
[Reception Method]
At reception, please show your reservation confirmation sheet, a printout of the reservation confirmation e-mail, or show the e-mail on your mobile device screen to staff.
[Operation Conditions/Tour Conditions]
If the minimum number of participants (2) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be canceled.
Kimono are available for people up to 185 cm (about 6'1") tall, and waist sizes up to 100 cm (39 in.).
During the hot summer months of June, July, and August, participants wear a yukata (light kimono) instead of a kimono.
Children under 12 years of age cannot take part in this tour.
As kimono cannot be worn by pregnant women, they may not join this tour. Thank you for your understanding.
[Exemptions/Itinerary Guarantee: Itinerary/Destinations]
Tabi socks will be prepared.
After getting dressed in kimono, participants are free to take photos while strolling. The tour ends in Gion Yoshi-Ima, and there is no drop-off service to hotels.
After dressing up in a kimono, unnecessary belongings will be returned to Gion Yoshi-Ima.
When changing from the kimono to your own clothes, a changing room will be prepared at Gion Yoshi-Ima at the end of the tour.
[Important Notes/Supplements: Meeting/Pick-up/Pick-up Location]
Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo (Formerly: New Miyako Hotel) / 15:20
[Important Notes/Supplements: Regarding Meals]
Buddhist vegetarian cuisine is served for dinner, so we welcome vegetarian participants. However, bonito stock is used in the tempura dipping sauce. Salt can be used instead of the tempura dipping sauce.
The ingredients of tempura are tofu, namafu wheat gluten, yuba tofu skin, and vegetables in season, such as eggplants, lotus root, ginger, and shiitake mushrooms. Miso soup and rice are also served.