kimono shop Sakaeya 


Why not try “Kimono” once in Japan?

Sakeya Kimono Shop offers you two locations for Kimono rental place. If you prefere to shop Kimono, the Omiya main shop is better. If you are rather than interested in knowing Kimono, the location in Tokyo is better. Please visit more detail site of each and chose it!

Here are our recommendations,

Tomesode Furisodoe Haori Tabi
Tomesode /
the most formal kimono for married women 1000yen and Obi 1000yen〜
Furisodoe /
the most formal kimono for unmarried women 10000yen〜
Haori /
Kimono Jakets
divided-toe socks for Kimono 1000yen〜
Arnamental pin  
Arnamental pin/
Japanese style hair stick 1300yen〜
Kimono for men

Please visit more detail of location site; you would know more images of each location.
Then make a reservation to let us know your information no later than 3days prior. (You will find the Reservation site on each location's site.)

  • We are happy to rent outfits even in the event of rain, but the places we can take you to will be limited.
  • Please be considerate and notify us well in advance, if you wish to cancel your booking.
  • There is no extra charge for the use of our hair accessories and makeup.
  • We have everything for your outfit to rent, so just bring yourself.

We believe you can enjoy kimonos without rulers!

Even if you don't know how to tie an Obi and/or wear a Kimono you can still enjoy them in untraditional ways. We encourage you to make your own original Kimono style.
Traditionally, there are lots of rules about how a Kimono can be worn, but we at Sakaeya don ’t believe these rules are necessary.
Look at this photo below; you will see one our customers wearing her Kimono in her own unique style.


Kimono Shop Sakaeya

Address 3-15 Miya-cyo Omiya-ku Saitama-shi Saitama-ken
Tel 048-641-8137
Hours 10:00AM - 7:00PM
Close Thusdays

Make reservation in advance and get the Japanese Tea Ceremony service

How to get our shop

From Omiya station 13 minutes by foot.
From Tokyo there are several JR lines.
Saikyo-line, Shyounan-shinjuku-line,
Keihin-touhoku-line and Tohoku and
Joetsu shinkansen stop.