There are many kimono rental shops in Kyoto, and Kyoto Kimono Rental Mimosa is a new store that opened in March 2023.
Our store is located in the Higashiyama ward of Kyoto City, in the area near Kiyomizu-dera and Kodai-ji Temple. We operate on the second floor of a traditional Kyoto machiya building.
While Kyoto Kimono Rental Mimosa may not be a large-scale store, we offer a wide variety of kimono styles, from trendy to original designs, to welcome our customers.
In addition to kimono rentals, we provide assistance in exploring photo spots by car according to our customers’ requests. We also arrange photographers to capture the memories of your special day. Our staff is dedicated to providing hospitality and ensuring that you have a wonderful experience at Kimono Rental Mimosa.
We offer various types of attire, including furisode (long-sleeved kimono), visiting kimono, yukata (summer kimono), elegant uchikake, graduation hakama, black formal kimono, samurai armor, and more, to accommodate our customers’ preferences.
|Company name||CHICK Co.,Ltd|
|Headquaters||602-0823 Kyoto Kamigyoku Miyoshicho 163-2|
|Established in||September 2004|
|Representative||CEO Rui Matsuo|
|Business details||Restaurant business, Rental shop, Temporary staffing, Customer services|
|Store Name||Kimono Rental Mimosa|
|Access||▪︎5 minutes walk from Higashiyama Yasui or Kiyomizu-michi bus stop by Kyoto City Bus.
▪︎1 minute walk from “Kodaiji Temple”▪︎2 minute walk from “Ninenzaka”.
▪︎5 minutes walk from “Yasaka Koshindo”▪︎10 minutes walk from “Kiyomizu-dera”.
Yasaka Koshin-do is a temple located in Kyoto, Japan, and it has been loved by many people for a long time. This temple is a place of worship for the Koshin faith. The Koshin faith is based on an ancient Chinese legend. According to the legend, a deity named Koshin-sama is said to come to protect people.
Yasaka Koshin-do was built to enshrine this Koshin-sama. Inside the Koshin-do, you will find many adorable monkey statues. This is because monkeys are considered the messengers of Koshin-sama.
Every year, especially on Koshin no Hi (Koshin Day), many people visit the temple to pray. They make wishes and purchase amulets. The amulets often have pictures of monkeys on them.
Yasaka Koshin-do is a mystical and enjoyable place, and if you visit Kiyomizu-dera, I highly recommend stopping by this temple!