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We are a shop selling beautiful and reasonably priced kimono and yukata in Yokohama.
Kimono is a unique Japanese tradition. With its elegant design, exquisite material, and the dignity felt by the wearer, it will make you even more beautiful.

In our shop you will find reasonably priced second-hand kimono that would otherwise be very expensive if they were bought brand new. Furthermore, we carry a wide and varied selections for men and children. If you like, you could even assemble a complete set and leave our store in your new kimono.

Please come to visit us when you are in Japan.

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Our store is located in a district called Aobadai in Yokohama; about half an hour’s train ride from Shibuya station, followed by a short five minute walk from Aobadai station.
We carry a wide range of related products in addition to the abundance of kimono. We also carry yukata, obi, bags, zori, and other accessories, as well as men’s kimono, and more.

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Furisode
Furisode
¥12,000(plus tax)
Furisode is the most formal type of kimono for unmarried women, which are worn at ceremonial occasions, such as the coming-of-age ceremony, weddings (for the bride or guests), and other key ceremonies.
Kurotomesode
Kurotomesode
¥98,000 (plus tax)
This most formal type of kimono for married women has a black base with decorated sleeves and it bears five family crests.
Irotomesode
Irotomesode
¥298,000 (plus tax)
It is the casual kimono for married women with non-black colour for the base. The number of family crests could be five, three, or one depending on the occasion.
Homongi
Homongi
¥8,800 (plus tax)
Homongi is a type of kimono for both married and unmarried women. It is the second most formal kimono that is worn at parties including weddings, tea ceremonies, and other formal occasions.
Komon
Komon
¥6,000 (plus tax)
Dyed with small patterns all over, komon is worn casually as a fashionable kimono at various occasions such as cultural practices (eg. tea ceremony), shopping, and outings to theatres.
Oshimatsumugi
Oshimatsumugi
¥9,800 (plus tax)
Tsumugi is a type of material produced all over Japan that are used to make everyday kimono. In addition to silk there are also tsumugi made of materials such as cotton and linen.

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Store Information

Please note, our staff are not able to handle foreign language telephone enquiries.

Shop Name
Kirakuya
Open
10:00~19:00
Holiday
7 daysa week
Address
Aoba-ku,Yokohama City Shiratoridai 1-8 Koike building 1F

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