Men’s Kimono Shop

Opened in 2002, it became the first shop in Japan specialising in men’s kimono. We offer ‘Motoji-style’ works that are meticulous about the materials that are used and their quality. We await customers with a wide selection of products that will tickle the fancy of fashionable men, from basic, easy-to-wear garments for beginners to masterpieces that feature outstanding techniques and sensitivity. Additionally, we put extra effort into creating original works through collaborations with artists and production regions across the country.

At the centre of the shop is a large table crafted from Japanese horse chestnut. We provide a space where customers can feel the warmth of the human touch in the furniture that have been created from select natural materials such as wood, stone and paper.


We introduced the industry’s first ‘baste fitting service’. By doing so, we can better sew the kimono to fit the physique of the person wearing it, striving to refine beauty and comfort and prevent the garment from coming loose when it is worn.


Find distinguished pongee from across the country in one place. From basic kimono for beginners to extremely rare and mythical masterpieces. Artistic stiff sashes for men and accessories are also popular items.

otokonokimono original collection

These form an original collection curated by the owner’s son and successor, Mr. Keita Motoji, who acts as the Creative Director. It offers Japanese-style attires that can be enjoyed with a fashionable sense.


Men’s Kimono Shop

Hours: 11:00 – 19:00 (Open all year, except New Year’s)
3-8-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061

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  • A 1-minute walk from ‘Ginza Station’ (Exit A7) on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, and Hibiya Line.
  • A 5-minute walk from ‘Ginza 1-chome Station’ (Exit 9) on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.
  • A 2-minute walk via the underground passage in the direction of Ginza Station from the ‘Higashi Ginza Station’ on the Toei Asakusa Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.
  • A 9-minute walk from JR ‘Yurakucho Station’ (Central/Ginza Exit).