Chikusen has been dealing in dyed kimonos since 1842 – choose between the formal silk Edo komon (think tea ceremony) and the more casual, lightweight yukata (think fireworks and festivals).


2-3 Nihonbashi-Kobunacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Transport Mitsukoshimae Station (Ginza, Hanzomon lines), exit B6; Ningyocho Station (Hibiya, Asakusa lines), exit A5

Telephone 03 5202 0991

Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm / closed Sat-Sun & holidays (open on Saturdays Apr-Jul)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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