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  •   Have yourself dressed up in a beautiful Kimono or Yukata by a professional Kimono stylist who will accompany you in the entire tour to make sure your dress looks great all the time.
  •   A two and a half (2.5) hour kimono walk in a nostalgic port city with a friendly English speaking guide.
  •   Hokumon Shrine : Visit the northernmost shrine of Japan.
  •   Learn how to pray at a shine and experience the Shinto rituals when available.
  •   Stop by from store to store to find souvenirs and taste Japanese sweets.
  •   Captain Seto’s former residence: A tour inside of the residence, “Registry of Tangible Cultural Property”.
  •   Relive the Japanese life style about 50 – 60 years ago.
  •   Take photos while in your kimono anywhere you want.
  •   * Depending on the pace of the guests, the tour may or may not cover all of the above places.


City Hokkaido
Meeting Point Wakkanai Station
Ending Point Wakkanai Station
Departure 09:30 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Duration 3h   Flexible
Languages English
Tour Type Private Tour ( only for you )
Number of people 1 ~ 5

This tour is available upon request. Please feel free to ask our availability to conduct the tour.



54.60 USD

final price

FREE cancelation 14 days prior

What to Expect

Try walking around Wakkanai, the northernmost place of Japan, wearing a Kimono, and experience Japanese culture. Your professional kimono stylist will put a Kimono or Yukata on you properly so you can experience how it is to wear traditional Japanese clothes. A friendly English speaking guide will show you around the vintage Wakkanai city. Visit the dignified former residence of a trawler fishing captain where you can take amazing pictures and experience the classic Japanese life style. Walk along the small shopping street of the nostalgic port city; stop by each store while tasting Japanese sweets. Also, drop by the famous northernmost shrine of Japan (Hokumon Shrine) and learn how to pray or experience the Shinto ritual. During the tour, you can re-live the glory days of the Japanese Showa era and take great pictures wearing the kimono.Be part of an unforgettable Japan experience!

What‘s included

guide fee, Kimono stylist fee, Kimono or Yukata Set (including Japanese sandals, Obi sash, and bag) rental fee
* When reserving, please let us know the sex(gender), height , clothing and shoes size of all participating members. Reservations will be cancelled if the above information is not provided 2 days before the reserved tour date.

What‘s not included

Shopping, travel Insurance, Japanese Sweets, lunch
*Insurance is not included in the tour. Please make sure to have your own insurance appropriate to your needs before joining the tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! If you need to make changes such as removing or adding someone to your booking or changing the date or time of your tour, contact us by phone or email
After you secure your booking, the starting and ending points of your tour can be customized to your convenience (ex.: your hotel, nearby stations, etc.). Don't worry, we will take care of you!

Some tours may have an extra fee for this service, make sure to check the tour page.
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You’ll be able to see the guide’s e-mail address and phone number. You can contact your guide directly before the tour starts, and enjoy your tour on the day!
Yes, by using our secure online payment system, your payment information is encrypted and you are secured against fraud and unauthorized transaction.

Your credit card or PayPal account will be charged upon booking. However, if the guide does not accept your booking, the amount will be credited back to the account from which the charge was drawn.
No, our prices are 100% booking fee free – meaning the price you see is the amount you pay.
It depends on the location of your hotel and places you visit. But to give you an idea, it costs about 200-300yen for one place to the other, and the total is about 1,000yen for a full day tour.
Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
Yes you can, but you have to pay an extra charge per person. The price depends on which guide you choose.
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Go at your own pace. Take your time for pictures or slow down to see as much as you want. With your private guide your tour is flexible.

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