Immerse Yourself in Art and History: Unveiling Tokyo's Museum at the Imperial Palace - Treasures of the Imperial Family at Sannomaru Shozokan

It's about 20 minutes by car to Ise Shrine in Ise City, Mie Prefecture! A photo spot inside the hotel that is unique to a family-friendly inn

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Both the Inner Shrine and the Outer Shrine of Ise Jingu are about 20 minutes away by car. A shuttle bus also operates from the nearest station, Kintetsu Ujiyamada Station! (Advance reservation required) Right next to the entrance, there is a free photo spot where you can put on a kimono and take pho...

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Feel free to put on a colorful uchikake and take a commemorative photo!

You can freely put on the colorful uchikake kimono that was used at the previous wedding ceremony and take commemorative photos at any time.

For small children, we have the same uniforms worn by our staff in child sizes (approximately sizes 90-120).

Children can try on the costumes just like adults.

Why not try this on for your male guests and take some photos with us?

Both are easy to wear as you just have to put them on!

A memorable photo for your trip♪

The twelve-layered kimono is a formal attire for women that was perfected in the mid-Heian period.

You can also take photos in front of it.

We also have panels where you can pretend to be a Saio. On the same premises, there is also a lodging facility called "Saio no Miya" that is themed on the era of the Saio, so please be sure to check it out as well.

Inside the museum, there are kimono exhibits and plenty of information related to Ise Shrine.

Ise Shrine, which has a history of about 2000 years, is a must-visit tourist spot.

You can learn more about the history of the museum by looking at the guidebooks inside the museum.

Our staff will be happy to help you put on the kimono, so please feel free to ask a nearby staff member for help.

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It is a convenient accommodation for sightseeing, about 15 to 20 minutes by car from Ise Jingu. We offer a variety of room types, from standard semi-Japanese rooms to twin rooms with open-air baths. The large open-air bath in the hotel uses hot spring water. There are plenty of activities inside the facility, including a corner where you can freely wear colored uchikake, a traditional Ise craft Ise katagami painting experience, a table tennis room, and billiards.

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