On March 19th, Yumeyakata appeared in NHK's "Cool Japan" program! "Cool Japan" is a popular program where foreigners and hosts discuss about a specific topic and decide which of the introduced places and activities are cool or not. The program topic on that day was "Charms of Kyoto Chosen by Foreigners". Since renting a kimono and strolling around is a very popular activity in Kyoto, the program decided to focus on customers renting kimonos at Yumeyakata. In Yumeyakata, we we
"Tanabata of Kyoto" to be held for the eighth time this year. A light up event will be held to celebrate the summer evenings at various places in the city, mainly at the two venues of Horikawa and Kamogawa. Dates and times will vary depending on the venue
The highlights of the Horikawa site are "light tunnel" which imaged the Milky Way floating in the night sky. A fantastic scenery wrapped in bright blue light lasts about 50 meters.
At the Kamogawa venue, a wind bell using
Kodaiji temple built by the main room to mourn Toyotomi Hideyoshi's Bodhisattva. One of the towers, Nin Tokuin, known as the place where Nene spent his last years and ended, held the "Hyakka Night Exhibition" gathering fierce rubbish gathering chills at this time of summer. It will be every summer . Exhibits at the Kodaiji and Eminokuin collections including periodic sculpture scrolls of about 4 meters in length, ghosts painted by Maruyama Erika, hell chart of Kawabe Akaiusu