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Kimono "Wear & Walk" Tour with Traditional Dance Workshop

Wear a kimono and walk the old neighborhoods of the Date Clan, such as Funacho and Kawaramachi, to understand the deep culture and history. Then see and learn the dance of "Seichou Sansa Shigure," a folk song to celebrate the victory of Lord Masamune in battle.

Operation Period

All year round

Time Required

3 hours

Number of Participants



13,800 JPY– (tax included)

① Change into a kimono. (Rental Kimono Ume Luv Aoba ward, Ichibancho neighborhood).
② Move to Omachi Sensei's training place (Kawaramachi, Wakabayashi ward) by car with the Ume Luv staff.
③ After watching the ( *)"Seichou Sansa Shigure" dance, learn and practice the dance (about one hour).
④ Walk around the former Date Clan castle town while wearing a kimono (visit the site of a former teahouse, former ryokan, former pharmacy, Ishibashiya traditional sweets shop, etc.). Time for taking photos and snacks are included. (about 1 hour)
⑤ After the experience, go sightseeing on your own and return your kimono to Ume Luv by 5:00 p.m.

(*) The "Seichou Sansa Shigure" dance matches the original folk song "Sansa Shigure", a song connected with the Sendai clan. Originally the song was written to celebrate the victory of Lord Masamune in battle.

Come experience "DATE culture" while exploring the old castle town of Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture.

Experience Program NameKimono "Wear & Walk" Tour with Traditional Dance Workshop
Activity LocationUme Luv Sendai Shop, Minamizai Community Center
Time Required3 hours
Operation PeriodAll year round
Start Time10:00-14:00
Minimum number of participants2people
Maximum number of participants5people
Reservation Deadline7 days before by 0:00
1 participant13,800 JPY (Tax included)
What is included in the priceRental kimono, dressing, walking guide, snacks, dance performance viewing, dancing workshop.
Method of PaymentCash or credit card.
Meeting SpotRoom 906, Sendai Liaison, 1-11-9 Ichibancho, Aoba-ku, Sendai
Meeting Time10:00-14:00
Access--By Public Transportation--
4-minute walk from Aobadori-Ichibancho Subway Station (Tozai Line).
Barrier-free AccessYes
About Guides and ToursThe tour contents may change depending to the weather and time of year. During the tour, you'll have time to take pictures and eat the included snacks (1 hour).
About multi-lingual supportJapanese/English