In our Machiya-style shop surrounded by the atmosphere of Kyoto, we offer a wide collection of carefully selected, stylish kimonos, such as retro-modern kimonos, vintage kimonos, new arrivals and designer items. You can have an exciting kimono experience with our service, including kimono styling and hairstyling using an Obi, lace items, and accessories based on your preferences.
Our hope here at Waplus Kyoto is that you will have a wonderful time, filled with happiness wearing a kimono while exploring spiritual sites, instagrammable spots, and cultural heritage sites, by yourself or with your friends, partners, or family.
We care about the sophistication and "kawaii" of kimono.
Please enjoy your own kimono style.
Our kimono rental shop is conveniently located for sightseeing in Kyoto, about 1 minute away from Yasaka Shrine, about 5 minutes away from Yasaka Kogen Shrine, and about 15 minutes away from Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
We are a rental shop run by a luxury kimono store established in 1984. We strive for the highest quality in each kimono. We also care about the sophistication and originality of kimonos such as Taisho roman, vintage, and retro-modern style.
We have put together the best selected Japanese accessories. You can choose any of them and enjoy your own style. If you can't decide what to choose, don't worry, please leave everything to us. We offer styling based on any requests you may have, for example cute, cool or trendy styles.
We can offer hairstyling that is not based on a list of hairstyles but on your preferences. We also offer a variety of pretty hair accessories, from Japanese styles to dried flower styles.
The time you spend dressing will become a travel memory. You can enjoy the atmosphere of Machiya while getting dressed.
After getting dressed you can observe how a kimono is made, something that is rarely seen, at a kimono workshop on the first floor.
We also sell stylish kimono accessories. As well as renting kimonos, you will also have the opportunity to learn about kimono craftsmanship and the history of the kimono.