Kimono Rental Service

Yamagata City.  A countryside destination known for its castle, Onsen hot springs, great food and other Japanese traditions.


Spring.  Cherry blossoms along the Mamigasaki River and Kajo Castle Park.

Summer.  Hanagasa Dance Festival.  Yamadera Temple where Matsuo Basho made the famous Haiku on singing cicadas.

Autumn.  Yam pot parties on riverbanks.

Winter.  Skiing in Zao mountains.  Onsen in snow.


Yamagata has treasures for every season.

City stroll in Kimono promises you a more authentic, fulfilling travel experience.

Please consult Fuse Yashichi Kyozometen for your perfect day in Yamagata City.

Recommended Kimono Place

BUNSHŌKAN (文翔館)

3-4-51 Hatago-machi, Yamagata City


Bunshōkan is the former Prefectural Capitol Building completed in 1916.  A three-story building mainly made of bricks, it has a recognition as an important cultural property.  The gardens and staircases inside are great photo spots; to many people Bunshōkan is a symbol for the whole city, and movies are often filmed on its ground. 

SENSHIN-AN (洗心庵)

1-4-28 Midori-chō, Yamagata City

The Japanese garden at "Senshin-an" was created by Iwaki Sentarō, the garden designer known for his work in Hotel New Otani Tokyo and Akasaka Palace (a national treasure).  Not far from Yamagata City's symbolic "Bunshōkan," this is a place where you can take pictures in front of a Japanese home in traditional atmosphere.

GURA (also "GURA" in Japanese)

2-1-41 Hatago-machi, Yamagata City

Gura is a new landmark made by a city redevelopment project.  Century-old “Kura,” old-style warehouses, are renovated with contemporary sensibilities. Two “Kura” are made of stone, a very unusual material for a traditional Japanese building.  Here, visitors can enjoy Yamagata’s great food, handicraft, and the thriving city life.

GOTENZEKI WATERWAY (御殿堰)

2-7 Nanuka-machi, Yamagata City

Gotenzeki Waterway is one of the five waterways Mogami Yoshimitsu, the powerful lord of Yamagata, constructed 400 years ago for his castle town.  Located in the heart of the city, the newly developed district greets visitors with its history, tradition, and some of the coolest shops and restaurants in Yamagata.

Q1 (pronounced “Q-ichi” in Japanese)

1-5-19 Honchō, Yamagata City

The full name is “Yamagata Creative City Center Q1.”  Noted for being Yamagata’s first reinforced concrete school building from 1927, the recent renovation in 2022 made it into an creative platform for prized local businesses in film, music, art, design, traditional crafts, and food culture.

BENI-NO-KURA (紅の蔵)

2-1-8 Tōka-machi, Yamagata City

Beni-no-kura is the former residence of the affluent Hasegawa family who made their fortune through river transport and safflower trade.  Now it is a tourist attraction known for the five “Kura” warehouses; visitors can casually drop by for sightseeing information, seasonal events, local specialties and traditional vegetables.

NOSHIUME HONPO SATŌYA (乃し梅本舗佐藤屋)

3-10-36 Tōka-machi, Yamagata City

Established in 1821, Satōya is the legendary confectionery that made Noshiume, classic plum jellies, for pilgrims in their long journeys to Mount Gassan.  Satōya’s Noshiume adopted a Edo-period recipe for traditional medicine, and it used plums that were cultivated for use in safflower dyeing.   The famous plum sweets of Mito and Wakayama have their origin in Satōya; today the shop sells both Japanese-style and Western-style sweets.

OTOKONOMIYA SAKE BREWERY (男山酒造)

2-4-13 Yōka-machi, Yamagata City

The brand name Otokoyama comes from the old name for Iwashimizu Hachimangū Shrine in Kyoto.  The pilgrims and travelers on Ushū Kaidō highway were Otokoyama’s early customers since 1789.  Many fans love Otokoyama for its clear water quality and dry taste. 

GURA (also "GURA" in Japanese)

2-1-41 Hatago-machi, Yamagata City

Gura is a new landmark made by a city redevelopment project.  Century-old “Kura,” old-style warehouses, are renovated with contemporary sensibilities. Two “Kura” are made of stone, a very unusual material for a traditional Japanese building.  Here, visitors can enjoy Yamagata’s great food, handicraft, and the thriving city life.

Rental items

Yukata(kimono)

Obi (Sash)

 Zouri (Sandals) 

Kinchaku (Bag)

HADAGI(underwear)

Kinchaku (Bag)

Our rental service is perfect for customers who wear Kimono for the first time.

STEP

1

Make a reservation by online.

Please send your information by the reservation form below.

STEP

2

Come to the store.

Please visit our store, Fuse Yashichi Kyozometen (布施弥七京染店). 

Our location is 4-6 Wakaba-cho, Yamagata City.

STEP

3

Choose your Kimono and get dressed.

Please select your favorite Yukata and matching items from our wide offering. 

Dressing service (Kitsuke) is included in the rental fee.

STEP

4

Enjoy the city!

Please stroll freely, take many photos and make great memories.

STEP

5

Returning items.

Please come back to Fuse Yashichi Kyozometen by 6 p.m. to return rental items. 

You may return the rented items next day for extra fee.

STEP

1

Make a reservation by online.

Please send your information by the reservation form below.

MENU

Yukata Rental Service

¥6,000

Rental items include Yukata, Obi, Zouri, Kinchaku Bag and Hadagi. 

Dressing service (Kitsuke) is also included in the fee.

Kimono Rental Service

¥6,000

Rental items include Kimono, Obi, Zouri, Kinchaku Bag and Hadagi. 

Dressing service (Kitsuke) is also included in the fee.

Hakama Rental Service

¥12,000

Rental items include Kimono, Hakama, Obi, Zouri, Kinchaku Bag and Hadagi. 

Dressing service (Kitsuke) is also included in the fee.

Next Day Return Fee

¥3,000
The next day return fee is ¥3,000.  The fee is ¥6,000 if items are
returned two days later.

Next Day Return Fee

¥3,000
The next day return fee is ¥3,000.  The fee is ¥6,000 if items are
returned two days later.

Reservation

We will receive your reservation from this form.

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Notes on Reservation

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Payment Method 

Cash, PayPay, or Credit Card

so iled

There will be extra fees if any rental items are damaged, stained, so iled with dirt, etc.

Return Please return to the store until time.

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There will be extra fees if any rental items are damaged, stained, so iled with dirt, etc.

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LOCATION

Fuse Yashichi Kyozometen

4-6 Wakabamachi, Yamagata City

10-minute walk from JR Yamagata Station

TEL 023-622-6317

OPEN 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Fuse Yashichi Kyozometen of Yamagata was established in 1647.  We offer
Kimono rental service and photo sessions for our customers, and our
mission is to help them create the best memories through Kimono experience.

We also sponsor local festivals and events where people can enjoy
wearing Kimono.  As the "go-to" shop for the Kimono lovers in Yamagata,
Fuse Yashiki Kozometen has the trust of many clients in the community.