※This plan is excluding tax. Consumption tax 10% is added to plan price.
3,000 yen (3,300 yen inc.tax) All your photographs stored on USB.
1,500 yen (1,650 yen inc.tax)for 2 cards You can have the postcards made from your favorite photo.
2L size (12.7cm x 17.8cm) 1,000 yen (1,100 yen inc.tax)
A4 size (21.0cm x 29.7cm) 3,500 yen (3,850 yen inc.tax)
Additional studio shots
2,000 yen (2,200 yen inc.tax)per shot Additional photography at Japanese traditional 100-year-old machiya townhouse.
Additional courtyard shots
3,000 yen (3,300 yen inc.tax)per shot Additional photography in courtyard of Japanese traditional 100-year-old machiya townhouse
Free walking time
2,000 yen (2,200 yen inc.tax)per 30 minutes
※Up to 60 minutes / 1 person 30-minute walk in the legendary Gion quarter
※January 2024 ～4,000yen (4,400yen inc. tax)
Free choice to the Geisha makeover
You can choose the Geisha makeover on all plans. Maiko style is young and cute. Geisha(Geiko) style is adult cool japanese style.
An actual Maiko (an apprentice Geisha or dancing girl) will become a Geisha (Japanese dancing girl) at the age of 20. However, as this is a session to experience, please feel free to choose the style you like regardless of age.
A cute style for makeup is used in order to bring out the youthfulness. However, a Maiko can also use an elegant style of makeup. They use ornate hairpins with flowers attached. The resplendent long-sleeved kimono (traditional Japanese clothing) and loose obi (belt for kimono) is characteristic for a Maiko.
The makeup effect is adult-like and cool. They use ornate hairpins made out of tortoiseshells. The kimono often has simple patterns, and calm colors, and the belt is tied in “otaiko”, a common way of tying a kimono’s sash (standard).
Choose the kimono for your makeover
Please check our kimono catalogue.
You can choose your kimono for your maiko transformation when you visit.
▼ Click here to see the Kimono Catalogue
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Location full of the romance spirit of traditional Japan
You can stroll around as a Maiko in the environs of our studio in the heart of Kyoto's legendary Gion district.