TSUKIYA - Kimono dress up shop produced by Mitani beauty salon in Toyama pref. TSUKIYA - Kimono dress up shop produced by Mitani beauty salon in Toyama pref.

TSUKIYA - Kimono dress up shop

Kimono dress up shop “TSUKIYA” is a very unique and new type of store where you can select and wear Japanese traditional dresses called “Kimono” for your one time experience. We offer Kimono rentals for town walk during your stay in Inami town of Nanto city in Toyama Prefecture.

You can also use this service for other occations such as wedding parties, formal marriage meetings and graduation events.

National Cultural Property sign

The store is located in “Yaemonya,” an old wooden townhouse of the 19th century, which was recently designated as a national cultural property. It is also a great sightseeing spot of Inami town.


TSUKIYA rental services
Zori (Japanese sandals) and Kinchaku (money pouch) are included in the rental fee.

– Daytime plan
(until 6 p.m. on the same day)
3,500 yen plus tax
– Overnite plan
(until noon on the next day)
4,500 yen plus tax
– Yukata (informal cotton kimono) daytime plan
(until 6 p.m. on the same day, available only in June, July and August)
3,000 yen plus tax
– Yukata (informal cotton kimono) overnite plan
(until noon on the next day, available only in June, July and August)
           4,000 yen plus tax

You can also purchase Kimono related goods and accessories such as bags, hair sticks and Tabi (Japanese socks) as souvenirs.

Rental procedure

  1. Choose Kimono in the Kimono dress up shop “TSUKIYA” for your rental.
  2. Purchase small items for your dressing up. (optional)
  3. Kitsuke (our staff help you to wear Kimono.)
  4. Town walk
  5. Return to ” TSUKIYA.”

Sightseeing map

Inami town sightseeing map
(Download the image for your viewing.)

Simplified Inami map

Outline of each facility
(listed in alphabetical order.)

Daimon-gawa RiverDaimon-gawa River

Daimon-gawa river near the Inami Post Office is the best place for cherry blossom viewing in the beginning of April.

Inami Art Museum

Modern works including plastic images, modern craftworks and figurative arts of local artists are displayed.
(Free admission)

Inami Hachimangu Shrine

The shrine was built in the remains of the main building of Inami Castle, a military base of Ikko sect followers in the Warring State Period (16th century).

Inami Kibori-no-sato Soyu-kan

It offers you the opportunity to experience wood carving. There is also a restaurant, where you can enjoy various specialties, as well as other facilities for relaxation.

Inami special products showroom

It displays the town’s special products. The building used to be a train station and was designated as a registered tangible cultural property in 1996.

Inami Wood Carving Composite Hall

Inami wood carving works,  which have over 230 years tradition, are displayed. The works include Ranma, statue of Buddha and Shishigashira (lion head).

Kanjoji Park

Camera shooting is recommended here because of panoramic view of the Sankyoson (older time village with scattered houses in the Tonami Plain).

Kurokamian Heritage

The famous Haiku poet Matsuo Basho’s hair is kept under the monument in front of the heritage, which Haiku poets from all over Japan visit.

Mitani Beauty Salon

Established in 1915, it is one of the most experienced and high quality beauty salons in Toyama Prefecture.
Kimono dress up shop TSUKIYA is produced by Mitani Beauty Salon.

Takase-jinja Shrine

Prince Okuninushi “Daikokusama” has been enshrined for over 2000 years and worshipped as the deity for bumper crops and of marriage.


It is a guest house located in the Inami town. The rate starts at 6,500 yen per person (tax included). (https://www.bedandcraft.com/tategu-ya)

If you are a smart phone user, you can download the free application “bed and craft,” to check out TATEGU-YA’s information.


Kimono dress up shop located in Yaemonya, an old Japanese house, called Machiya, which was designated as a registered tangible cultural property in 2017.

Yoitoko Inami

(Town Station)
Local special products and works of artists are sold with the motto of “town for appreciating and roaming arts.”


An old tree of historical interest, to be selected as one of the 100 biggest trees in the local community. 

Zuisenji Temple

Founded in the first year of the Meitoku Era (1390 A.D.), it has the biggest wooden building in the Hokuriku region. It boosts of tradition over 600 years and has masterpieces of Inami carvings here and there.

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