A popular spot to rent a kimono on a school trip to Kyoto

A school trip to Kyoto is a special experience where you can experience the history and culture and enjoy the beauty of Japan. Here, we will introduce you to the standard spots to rent a kimono on a school trip to Kyoto, as well as recommended spots that are perfect for a school trip in Kyoto, the city of learning buildings. Spend an unforgettable day wearing a kimono and feeling the history.

“Gion, Kyoto” with its traditional townscape

Gion is a must-see spot if you want to walk around in a kimono. This is an area with impressive traditional buildings and maikos, so you can walk around and feel the history. Walking along the cobblestone streets is a typical Kyoto scene.

Beautiful garden “Yasaka Tower”

There is a beautiful garden surrounding Yasaka Tower. Walking around the garden in a kimono will enhance the beauty of the Japanese garden. Get in touch with history and nature while enjoying the seasonal flowers and scenery.

“Kiyomizu-dera” where culture and history intersect

If you are visiting Kyoto on a school trip, you cannot miss Kiyomizu Temple. Wearing a kimono at a historic temple will leave you feeling as if you have transcended time and space. The view from the Shimizu stage is also a must-see.

“Arashiyama” with a fantastic atmosphere

If you want to visit in kimono, Arashiyama’s bamboo forest and Togetsukyo Bridge are recommended. In a fantastical atmosphere, you can enjoy the beauty of nature while feeling the history. The photogenic scenery will color your memories of your school trip.

“Kyoto National Museum” where tradition and innovation coexist

A recommended place for learning is the Kyoto National Museum, one of only four national museums in Japan. There are a variety of exhibits ranging from traditional crafts to modern art. Walking around the museum in a kimono will give you a new perspective on Japanese history and culture.



Renting a Kyoto kimono for a school trip is a chance to spend a special time in a city steeped in history and culture. Create wonderful memories full of learning and excitement while taking in the unique Kyoto scenery of Gion, Kiyomizu-dera, and Arashiyama.


Author of this article


Waplus Yasaka Shrine store staff

Ayana Ogawa

We would like to help many customers smile through kimono rental.
I love spending time listening to customer requests and proposing kimono coordination and deciding on hair styles!
I am particularly good at hair styling, so please leave it to me to create the currently popular feminine hair.
I'll make it look cute!
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