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Kimono rental

Asakusa Miu Kimono rental Tokyo Japan

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Leatest Information

*We will be closed on Sunday, January 29th and Tuesday, February 7th.

*Since there is a cancellation without notice, we will send you a payment link for a deposit of 1,000 yen per person. It will be refunded at the time of payment on the day. Cancellations made 1 day in advance will be fully refunded.

*During the year-end and New Year holidays, children's kimonos, and next-day returns will be suspended.

*We are currently open by reservation.

our kimono


Our kimono

We mainly rent kimonos with a texture, not the general inkjet prints for rental. Kimonos with subdued tones and traditional designs match women of all ages.




The dressing room is a time-based private studio that only customers can enter.

kimono bag


It is a bag that looks good with a kimono.

​Small items are also important. These are examples of rental bags.

kids kimono

Kids kimono

We have kids kimono

Please let us know your child's gender and age at the time of booking. 5,000 yen (full set, tax included)

kimono couple


Female kimono set = 5,000 yen per person (kimono, hair set, obi, socks, sandals, bags, etc.)

Please wear U-neck underwear (upper and lower, heat tech, etc.) when it is a cold day.
It takes about 20 minutes for each woman to dress.
* Men's and children's kimono set is 5,000 yen.

*We do not provide dressing for pregnant women.
Cancel reservation
There is no problem if you contact us for cancellation. In case of bad weather, please contact us for time change and schedule change.
Business hours
From 9am to 5pm. If you would like to extend the time, please contact us at the time of booking. If you wish to return the product the next day, please return it within the business hours of the next day. There is no additional charge (deposit 20,000 yen).

obi knot

Obi knot

Obi knot

The design of the obi arranges something that matches the kimono.

flower accessories

Floral decoration

Handmade flower decorations

​This is a hair accessory made by folding and bonding a small cloth. This floral decoration enhances the kimono elegantly.

handmade accessories

Accessories sale

Handed handcraft

​For an important person or as a present for yourself.



About reviews

We do not reply to reviews, but we are grateful and grateful. Of course, we would like to have a review, but we do not request a review from the customer because the requested review is easy to distinguish and we think that it is negative for the customer's personal information. But if you enjoy writing reviews, please do.



Outdoor shooting plan

This is a new promotion plan provided by the studio, mainly for those free traveler who want to take some beautiful kimono photos.
[Photographing fee] 
Shooting  time: 1 person 20 minutes, 2 people 30 minutes, 3 people around 45 minutes.
Shooting fee: 5,000 yen per person (about 15 pcs)

•The shooting location is based on the weather time and season.

•Please refer to the album of the website photos.

•The photo will adjust brightness within 3days.

•Service are also provided on rainy day.

obiage obijime

Obi accessories

Around obi

The thin cloth that can be seen at the top of the obi is called obiage, which creates a three-dimensional effect on the obi. The string wrapped around the center of the obi is an obijime, which not only fixes the obi, but also has a decorative role as an accent color.

kimono hair set

Hair set

Simple hair set

We will arrange it according to the length and quality of the hair.

mens kimono

Men's kimono

A man's kimono that is basically dressed

Men's kimonos are available in basic colors and patterns. 5,000 yen (full set, tax included)


Customers photo

Photo gallery. *Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.

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3 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station exit on each line

〒111-0033 1-10-11 Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo Yagai Building 4F

* If you have any questions, please contact us via chat.


About Me


​Chinese Malaysian from Penang Island, Malaysia. Lives in Tokyo. After coming to Japan, I became interested in kimono and learned to dress from a woman she met at a kimono store. Since then, I have been absorbed in kimono and finally opened his own shop. The language is Japanese, English, Cantonese and Malay, as well as the native Chinese.

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