Osaka is a beautiful area in Japan, and you might want to walk around in a kimono. With the lush greenery and beautiful places, it’s certainly a great and wonderful area of Japan. There are many places to choose from, but some places stand out above the rest. We will discuss here some of the best places to buy a kimono in Osaka, and some of the information that you need to know about buying in these locations.
1.The Kimono Shop, Osaka
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This is one of the best places to buy a kimono in Osaka. It’s an outlet branch, but it’s still a pretty decently-sized store. They have a lot to choose from as well, and it’s super close by to everything that you’re looking for. You can get a kimono for about 50,000 yen to buy, and to rent, it can be as low as about 1,000 yen. It’s actually a great price, and if you would like to take a stroll around Osaka, this is actually one of the best ways to do so. There is a lot to choose from as well, and I noticed that they do have variety, so if you want something unique and beautiful, then look no further.
Name: The Kimono Shop , Osaka
Address: 2F,3-9-13, Minamihorie, Nishi-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 550-0015, Japan
Business hour: 10:00～19:00
Phone number: (+81)6-6648-8969
Official website: https://www.the-kimonoshop.jp/shop/osaka.html
If you are near Nakazakicho Station, you can check out this store. Most of these are antique, and they have more retro colors. However, they sell not just kimonos, but also the accessories and scrap fabric as well, and there is the rental option. You can get dressed, and while the rental fee is a bit higher, about 9000 yen each day, it comes with everything. However, this place is busy, so make sure that you do make a reservation fast, since they do go fast.
Name: Kimono Ricca
Address: 3-2-31, Nakazaki, Kita-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 530-0016, Japan
Business Hour: Tue. – Sun.: 11:00 ~ 19:00
Phone Number: (+81)6-4980-4285
Official Website: http://ricca.co.jp/
Komachi Karen is another great store. It is a great one where you can get a whole array of different kimono pieces that look great, but also feel great too. They have both a physical and an online store, filled with various pieces, both main kimono pieces and the accessories to really make this one shine. I liked the detail in this one a whole lot, and not only does it allow for various obi designs that are pretty, but also the kimono selection is one of my favorites as well. this is definitely one to check out in Osaka if you’re looking for a nice and newer style.
Name: Komachi Karen
Address: Dojima Underground Shopping Center ,1-chome, Dojima,
Kita-ku Osaka-shi,Osaka, 530-0003, Japan
Business hour: Mon. – Fri. 10: 00 ~ 20: 00 ,
Sat. 10: 00 ~ 19: 00 , Sun. 10: 00 ~ 18: 00
Phone number: (+81)6-6341-9700
4. Tansuya Namba Walk Shop
If you’re looking for a kimono shop that doesn’t break the bank, this one is for you. this is actually a kimono recycling shop, where you can buy gently used kimonos for a pretty amazing price. You can find one that fits perfectly for you, and not only that, this place comes with a wide array of various beauty items as well, which will allow you to really immerse in the kimono lifestyle. Not only that, the kimono clinic is also available too, so if you’re looking to truly get into the spirit of wearing a kimono, this is actually one of the best things for you to do. You’d be surprised at how much variety there is there and with a pretty nice selection, it does the job and then some.
Name: Tansuya Namba Walk Shop
Address:1-3-11, Namba, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 542-0076, Japan
Business Hours: 10:00 ~ 21:00 every day
Phone number: (+81)6-6213-5820
Official Website: http://tansuya.jp/
Osaka has a lot of rich culture and heritage to it, and you too can indulge in this by checking out these various places to buy a kimono, or rent if you don’t feel like breaking the bank, or if you’re strapped for cash. They’re beautiful, and they do help employ a very extravagent feeling, and if you’re someone that wants to feel like that, even for a little while, or you want to take a priceless souvenir home, then this is certainly something for you to consider.
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