Aug 10
~
Aug 11

Kimono Walk at Citta’ Summer Festival

3:00pm
¥5,000 (on the door)

The annual Citta’ Summer Festival will soon be upon us, chock full of summertime favorites, including a night market, food stalls, traditional dance performances and a line-up of entertainment.

But it’s not really summer unless you’re celebrating in a yukata—a brightly colored, lighter-style kimono perfect for those hot summer days. That’s why Kimono Walk, on site at the Citta’ Summer Festival, offers the full yukata experience. The ¥5,000 fee includes the yukata rental (or bring your own), yukata dressing, traditional hair styling, and a drink at La Cittadella’s ARIA.C restaurant.

There are three yukata dressing time slots: 3 pm, 4 pm and 5 pm. Rentals are due back the same day by 10 pm.

Reservations for the yukata experience can be made either by phone at 044-221-2250 or through this online form, but you can pay at the venue.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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