Walk around Kamakura by Kimono Luxury moments at Japanese room’s cafeteria
Kamakura is popular for tourists.
From the sea to the mountain, there are a lot of temples, shops, and restaurants so that
people can’t be bored even if they visit there several times.
When you go to Kamakura, why don’t you wear a kimono?
You can use a rental Kimono service for tourists.
In Kamakura-Komachi, they have perfect services of wearing a kimono, rending sandals for Kimono,
and hair setting.
Also, they have services for men and children so that if whole members of your family wear Kimono
and go to a shrine, you can enjoy being perfect Japanese people.
The kimono is like a long tight skirt so that it might be difficult to walk at first,
but you will get used to do if you walk with short steps.
Also, you can go to a Japanese room’s cafeteria by Kimono.
is 10 minutes in a walk from Kamakura station, and it’s a Japanese traditional house built 80 years ago.
You can enjoy a healthy lunch, using brown rice and seasonable vegetables, and Japanese sweets
in the tastefully Japanese room.
When you sit down, there are points to avoid rolling up Kimono’s hem.
You can sit with seiza style or close your legs and put them diagonally, and put your hips
on opposite sites.
After sitting like that, you can maintain the hem.
Kimono rental service is necessary to book.
It’s from 09:00 to 18:00.
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