Photo Walk In Kimono - Unusual Excursions In Tokyo

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Photo Walk In Kimono - Unusual Excursions In Tokyo
Photo Walk In Kimono - Unusual Excursions In Tokyo

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Video: Tokyo Kimono Photoshoot Tour in Asakusa 2022, December
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I will help you pick up bright kimonos or their summer variation - yukatas at your local salon. Then you will go to one of the most interesting areas of the capital - Asakusa - and enjoy its winding streets, a picturesque garden and a Buddhist temple. And I will capture you in outlandish outfits and share the advice of a local! Individual excursion for 1-5 people Duration 3 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes On foot Rating 5 by 4 reviews € 250 per excursion Price for 1-5 people, regardless of the number of participants

What awaits you

Photo walk in national costumes The first thing we will do after the meeting is to go to the Japanese salon with a huge selection of kimonos and yukats - a lightweight version of clothing for summer. I will be your translator and advisor: I will help you choose colors and choose the right accessories. And the staff of the salon will help to put on a national costume and make the girls a simple styling. Next, we will go to the ancient area of ​​Asakusa, where the photo session will take place. I will capture you against the backdrop of ancient streets and houses, a Japanese park with a pond and carp, the Kaminari Mon gate, Nakamise shopping avenue and the famous Senzoji temple

Local stories and recommendations I have been living in Japan for over 10 years and will gladly talk about local life and how people live and work here. In addition, you will hear about the types of kimonos and find out when modern Japanese people wear them. And I will also reveal in whose kimono girls are photographed when they come of age, how national clothes are inherited, and I will help you learn to pose like locals! In conclusion, I will share some valuable practical advice: where to go in your free time, where to buy souvenirs and what else to visit in Japan.

Organizational details

  • Kimono rent is not included in the price - from $ 30 per person. The kimono must be returned before the store closes (17.30).
  • I shoot with Canon EOS 6D mark 2, 2.8 24-70 mm lens
  • Within a week after the photo walk, I will process your photos and send you a link to download photos

Venue

The excursion starts at the Asakusa station. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.

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