Mar 17, 2016

What is the price to shoot photo using rental Japanese Kimono?

I would like to do my photo shoot wearing Japanese Kimono. Does any one know the cheap photo studio near Yokohama area? If you have an experience, please share



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  • SalarymanJim

    on Mar 18

    This place is around 6,000 yen for one photo. Sounds expensive to me, but I don't know. Shop location near Yokohama station https://kr-aki.co.jp/english/rental_plan.html#tolink003

  • junko

    on Mar 17

    Hi joinsanto, How about this place? http://www.hakubi.net/lp/yokohama/

  • Cherry

    on Mar 28

    It costs around 6000 yen to 15000 yen.


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