On the day of your visit
Visiting the shopGinza Motoji has different shops specialising in women’s and men’s kimono. ‘Waori’ and ‘Wasen’ specialises in women’s kimono. ‘Otoko no Kimono’ specialises in men’s kimono.
*Please bring your passport if you wish to make tax-free purchases. *Tax-free purchases can only be made by visitors who are temporarily in Japan (non-residents). Please understand that even if you are not Japanese, if you live in Japan, the tax-free option does not apply to you.
DiscussionWe will ask you about what sort of situation, regional climate and season that you will be wearing the kimono in, as well as your preferences so that our staff members can propose the fabrics that best fit your needs.
Choosing the kimono and obi (sash)Choose the fabric of the kimono; then, the obi to decide on an ensemble of your preference.
Trial fittingWe will arrange the fabric you choose in the form of a kimono so you can try it on to see how it looks. You can check your overall appearance in the kimono. After making your decision, we will help you select the necessary accessories, such as the kimono undergarment, flip flops, tabi socks, and girdle that match the kimono and obi ensemble.
Taking measurementsTo ensure that each and every person can look beautiful in their kimono, we at Ginza Motoji take your measurements and tailor the kimono so that it fits your physique.
Payment and confirmationAfter the measurements, we will lead you through the checkout for the product that you chose. As we do so, we will also explain how long it will take to tailor the kimono and about shipping fees and custom tariffs.
*We ask for around 30 days to tailor the kimono and obi. Time required: around 1 hour
*The process on the day of your visit will be made smoother if you could send us an email in advance.
Delivery dayWhen the tailoring is completed, we will ship and deliver the product to you.
Photo Hiroyuki Ooe