Japanese people wear appropriate kimono for their age and occasions such as :
Shichi-go-san (November 15) and
Coming-of-Age Day (second Monday of January).
Shichi-go-san is an annual event praying for the growth of children.
On the day boys of five and girls of either three or seven are beautifully dressed in Japanese kimono. On Coming-of-Age Day, which honors young people who have reached the age of 20, women in particular are dressed in furisode, a type of Japanese kimono worn by unmarried women.
Besides, Japanese people of all ages enjoy various kinds of kimono in accordance with the degree of formality of the party they attend.
Studio VO offers you fabulous experiences of kimono, using high-quality skills based on traditional Japanese method.
Studio VO also has a photo studio that gives you the best opportunity to have your photos
Furisode: formal attire worn by unmarried women (taken at Studio VO)
A reservation is required for both kimono dressing and photo taking.
Please contact us by e-mail for more information and a reservation.
ZIP code: 154-0015 address: 1-15-23 Sakurashinmachi, Setagaya Ward Tokyo