Sightseeing around Fukuoka in a Kimono!
Interested in spending a day sightseeing in Dazaifu? Why not take the opportunity of renting a kimono and exploring the local area wearing a traditional Japanese outfit!
Hanamizuki is a store in the local area that specialises in kimono rental and offers great rates. Find-out more, here.
Visitors will be able spot Hanamizuki after making their way down the Dazaifu Sando and then walking towards the left.
The changing area is on the second floor. You will find the stairs located to the right hand side of the building.
They have a great range of kimono and yukata in stock, so you are sure to find something that catches your eye! Customers can rent one of their gorgeous outfits from just 3,000 yen!
Be sure to check-out this link for more information!
You can start searching for your favorite kimono as soon as you enter the store!
We couldn’t resist taking a closer look at this vibrant pink number!
The excitement starts to build once you’ve found the right kimono!
So, don’t wait around… Try it on!
There is no need to worry if you haven’t worn a kimono before… A member of staff will be on hand to to help you get changed and ensure that you have the outfit on correctly. They will also style your hair so that it matches what you are wearing.
Your transformation will be complete before you know it!
As you can see from the photo below, the staff are skilled at creating beautifully elegant hairstyles.
And the store also stock options for men!
There’s a very impressive range! These are the outfits that our two male members of staff selected!
Once the makeover has been completed, there’s a charming little set-up just to the side of Hanamizuki, which gives customers the chance to take a photograph to remember their day.
Once the makeover has been complete, it’s time to hit the streets of Dazaifu and start exploring!
You are sure to stand-out from the crowd if you are wearing a kimono!
There is no doubt that this traditional look perfectly matches the atmosphere around Dazaifu, an area rich in history!
The outfits that our staff were wearing caught the attention of a couple of tourists from Spain! Just think of all the people you could meet and new encounters if you go sightseeing in a kimono!
Designed by the highly acclaimed architect Kengo Kuma, the Starbucks in the center of Dazaifu has become something of a tourist attraction. Huge numbers of visitors stop outside to take a photo of the building’s unique design.
Here is our staff washing their hands at the temizuya (water pavilion) in front of the Dazaifu Tenmanu Shrine.
The sight of someone sipping green tea while wearing a kimono really does create a wonderfully traditional image.
For more information on what there is to see and do in the Dazaifu area, be sure to check-out our feature, here! It is definitely worth reading if you want some extra luck before an upcoming exam!
We hope that you consider taking a stroll around Dazaifu in a kimono, you are sure to have a wonderful time! If it does sound interesting, make sure to check out this link for extra details about kimono rental!
Have a great trip！！