Kimono rental in Kyoto: Kimono Rental ‘Yume Kyoto’ Kodaiji Store near Kiyomizu Temple.

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Yume Kyoto Kodaiji Store is located in the best place for sightseeing in Kyoto with rental kimonos!

Business Hours 9:00〜18:00
Phone Number 075-541-4630
Address 〒605-0826
Masuya 2F, 362-5 Masuya-cho, Shimogawara Higashi-iru, Kodaiji Minamimon-dori, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

Kodaiji 1 minute walk

Kodaiji Temple 3 min. walk

Known affectionately as “Nene’s Temple,” Kodaiji Temple was built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi’s wife, Nene, with the assistance of Ieyasu Tokugawa, to pray for the repose of Hideyoshi’s soul. The beautiful view from the hill is another point of interest.

Kiyomizu Temple 10 minutes walk

Kiyomizu Temple 10 min. walk

Kiyomizu Temple is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto. The temple is a World Heritage Site as part of the “Cultural Properties of Ancient Kyoto” and attracts many tourists from home and abroad. The view of the entire city of Kyoto is also beautiful.

Yasaka Tower 3 minutes walk

Yasaka-no-to (Yasaka Pagoda) 3 min. walk

Yasaka-no-to (Yasaka Pagoda) is so famous that it is not an exaggeration to say that it is the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of the symbol of Kyoto. Visitors can get a close-up look at the central pillar supporting the five-story pagoda and view the outside view from inside the pagoda.

Yasaka Koshindo 3 minutes walk

Yasaka Koshindo 3 minutes walk

The most popular place is Yasaka Koshindo, which is located in Higashiyama. The “Kukuri Monkeys” that decorate the temple grounds are colorful and very cute! The “Kukuri Monkeys” and the kimonos are a perfect match, making it a popular spot.

Nene's Road 30 seconds walk

Nene-no-michi 30 sec. walk

Nen-no-michi is the most popular strolling spot in Higashiyama, Kyoto, with a constant stream of tourists throughout the year. With popular sightseeing temples, cafe featuring Japanese-style sweets, and quaint ryokan (Japanese-style inns) lining the street, you will surely enjoy the atmosphere of the ancient capital of Kyoto just by walking along the path!

Ninenzaka 1 minute walk

Ninenzaka Slope 1 min. walk

Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka, including Ichinenzaka, are both part of the approach to Kiyomizu-dera Temple. The beautiful scenery with its old souvenir stores is not only always crowded with tourists, but has also been selected as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings.

Yasaka Shrine 10 minutes walk

Yasaka Shrine 10 min. walk

Known as “Yasaka-san” in Kyoto, this shrine is the setting for the Gion Festival, one of the three most famous festivals in Japan, held in July. It is the guardian deity of the Kyoto metropolis, loved by the people of Kyoto for its ability to ward off plague and disease, ward off evil spirits, and promote business prosperity.

Gion 10 minutes walk

Gion 10 min. walk

Gion is a popular area that is easily accessible from Kyoto Station and is visited by many tourists from Japan and abroad as an easy sightseeing area. Gion is a town with plenty to offer in terms of dining, shopping, and of course sightseeing.

Access to Yume Kyoto Kodaiji Store

IconBy city bus

3 min. walk from Higashiyama Yasui stop on the city bus.

IconWhen coming from Kyoto Station

-Take the No. 206 bus at the D2 stop of the city bus terminal, get off at “Higashiyama Yasui” bus stop, and walk 3 minutes. -Approximately 10 min. by cab

IconFrom Keihan Gion-Shijo Station

10 min. walk from Keihan Gion-Shijo Station

IconFrom Hankyu Kawaramachi Station

15 min. from Hankyu Kawaramachi Station

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