Traveling in Japanese Culture-Kimono Dress Up and Making Wagashi

Experience hosted by Xiaorong

  1. 3 hours
  2. Hosted in Japanese, English, Chinese (Simplified), and Chinese (Traditional)

What you'll do

Guests first arrive at our first store in Shimizu Gojo at the agreed time. Put your luggage away.
In the shop in Shimizu Gojo, my team and I will teach you to wear a kimono, and then go for a walk, according to the agreed time, go to our wagashi experience place near Qijo Station.
After the self-introduction of the teachers and staff of Heguo, we will give a brief introduction to the guests.
It's time to start experiencing the fruit.
Lightweight without difficulty at all. Follow the teacher's instructions and prepare the ingredients for each person in turn.
We will explain how to make Japanese Wagashi in an easy-to-understand way. After the fruit and fruit experience is over, you can eat and bring back the fruit you just made.
After the Wagashi experience is over, you can continue to walk around the places of interest in Kyoto.
Then please return the rental kimono to our shop before 17:30.
Guests first arrive at our first store in Shimizu Gojo at the agreed time. Put your luggage away.
In the shop in Shimizu Gojo, my team and I will teach you to wear a kimono, and then go for a walk, according to the agreed time, go to our wagashi experience place near Qijo Station.
After the self-introduction of the teachers and staff of Heguo, we will give a brief introduction to the guests.
It's time to start experiencing the frui…

What's included

  • Equipment
    Wearing kimono, we provide, shoes, socks, small bags, hairstyles
    Wagas...

Meet your Host, Xiaorong

Host on Airbnb since 2015
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Hi, this is Zoe. I started to learn how to wear kimono and experience making Japanese kimono rituals by myself 10 years ago.
Even if I am qualified to teach, I will continue to learn from my own teacher.
Wearing a kimono to experience the Japanese Wagashi ritual is quite unique, just like the locals
This is not just an experience of eating or drinking tea or kimono. This is a cultural tour of Kyoto
There are many ritual experiences in Kyoto, led by people who have nothing to do with the Japanese sweets and kimono experience.
I am a graduate of the Japanese confectionery and learning kimono school. I am a licensed teacher. My courses are for those who want to experience Japanese kimono and experience traditional kimono.
Hi, this is Zoe. I started to learn how to wear kimono and experience making Japanese kimono rituals by myself 10 years ago.
Even if I am qualified to teach, I will continue to learn from my own teacher.
Wearing a kimono to experience the Japanese Wagashi ritual is quite unique, just like the locals
This is not just an experience of eating or drinking tea or kimono. This is a cultural tour of Kyoto
There are many ritual experiences in Kyoto, led by people who have nothing to…
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Where you'll be

Venue 1: A professional Japanese-style house. Near Kiyomizu Temple.
The second place and the fruit experience place have a courtyard, and the landscape is very good.

Things to know

Guest requirements

Guests ages 7 and up can attend, up to 2 guests total.
All participants must wear a protective face covering and practice social distancing.

Cancellation policy

Cancel up to 7 days before the Experience start time for a full refund, or within 24 hours of booking as long as the booking is made more than 48 hours before the start time.