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January 4, 2018

In old days, Kyoto residents made a clear distinction between special days and regular days as in "HARE NO HI" and "KE NO HI". "HARE NO HI" are the dates on which people have special occasions such as festivals or seasonal events, whereas "KE NO HI" are just regular da...

December 29, 2017

Kitano Tenmangu is the headquarters for many Temnangu shrines across Japan, and was built in honor of Sugawara no Michizane, a scholar and politician who represented the middle Heian period. Michizane is also symbolized as a god of learning here and worshiped by many v...

December 28, 2017

I was born in Kyoto and have never left. Even so, I have never gotten tired of it.

Kyoto is called the place of "San shi, sui mei (beautiful mountains and clear water)", as you might see in the wonderful scenery, such as "Higashiyama Sanju-Roppo (36 mountain ranges)"...

December 24, 2017

One of the symbolic events in December in Kyoto is KOI-AGE at HIROSAWA pond. If you are from Kyoto, You would tell the arrival of December by watching the news of this event on TV or papers.

Ever since the Heian period, the Hirosawa pond has been very famous as a best...

December 24, 2017

One of the symbolic events for winter in Kyoto is the DAIKON-DAKI (offering of cooked Japanese radish to public) in Ryorokuji temple in Narutaki district, annually held on December 9th and 10th.

The event was originated from the story of the saint Shinran who gave...

December 23, 2017

In the cold weather of this season, you might think it can be cold wearing KIMONO only. Well, I know what you mean. For Western clothes there are coats or Jackets, but what about KIMONO? 

In fact, KIMONO style has outer items such as jackets, however, shawls a...

December 23, 2017

Again this year, YUMEYAKATA offered costume coordination to the End of/New Year's edition of KANSAI Walker, now available. Miss Ayami Nakajo in red Furisode (振袖 - long sleeved formal kimono) is on the cover, and YUMEYAKATA's premium Furisode appear in the article of "W...

December 23, 2017

YUMEYAKATA offered costume coordination to the Taiwanese and the Hongkongese editions of "Walker", a Japanese major travel magazine! Our KIMONO appears on page 44-45 of Taiwanese "Japan Walker", and  page 64-65 of Hongkongese "Hongkong Walker", both in a special articl...

December 21, 2017

Lately, it's been a trend for men to enjoy KIMONO fashion. In town, we come across guys in KIMONO very often, and at summer festivals and fireworks events, we see many young couples sporting their well-matched YUKATAs (summer KIMONO made of cotton). I believe many of y...

December 19, 2017

GYOZA no OHSHO is a famous chain of Chinese restaurants, first established in Kyoto in 1967.

Most people would think it's a place for hungry male customers, however, the GYOZA OHSHO, newly opened at the corner of Karasuma-Oike streets, is a very stylish place aimed...

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〒600-8104 128, Manjujicho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Japan

Horario de atención al cliente 10:00~19:30 (entrada hasta las 6pm)

※Horario de atención al cliente cambiará a las 10: 00 ~ 17: 30 (entrada antes de las 5 pm) a partir del 11 de mayo de 2019.

Cerrado del 31 de Diciembre al 3 de Enero

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FAX 075-354-8506


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