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​​Dressing class

​​ It is a one-on-one lesson that you can learn well. You can also modify and adjust the lesson content to suit your goals. Assemble a lesson plan for each student.

After taking regular course lessons and one-point courses, you can always consult with us about your kimono for free.

There is also information on special benefits for students.

​​All prices shown include tax. You can choose to pay by cash, wire transfer, or card.


​​Kimono Salon Haru's dressing lesson

​Your kimono counselor

​​Empty-handed participation OK

Even if you don't have a kimono

You can get started right away.
We will lend you a kimono for lessons free of charge.

Professional site

Debut support available

​​ Instructors with abundant on-site experience

We support your debut as a professional dresser.

Flexible schedule

​ Reservations are required for one-on-one lessons.

Even those who are busy with work or raising children can take classes at their own pace.

​Short-term learning is possible

​ Set goals

We aim for the shortest learning.
​ Even for the first time

You can make your professional debut in as little as one month.

Kimono Salon Haru's course
​ Recommended for people like this.


​I want to acquire skills firmly in a short period of time


Make use of the skills you have learned
​ I want to play an active part as a job


I like kimono!
I also want to get in touch with Japanese culture and improve my sensibility.​

You can choose according to your goals

3 lesson plans

​​You can create your own lesson schedule calendar and acquire the skills of dressing firmly at your own pace with one-on-one instruction. You can take lessons comfortably according to your goals and your schedule. Since you are taking the course alone, you can relax and enjoy yourself.

Each lesson is 2 hours. The lesson fee includes rental of practice kimono.
Those who have taken the dresser training course will be awarded a certificate of completion.

(displayAll prices include tax. )

Kimono debut course for beginners

​This course is a self-dressing course where you can wear a kimono by yourself.

① Casual kimono course


All 5 times 82,500 yen (10 hours)
You will be able to wear Komon and Tsumugi kimono yourself.

There are also kimono care and TPO courses. This is a perfect course lesson for beginners to make their kimono debut.
[Course content]

Towel correction, long undershirt, nagagi, komon, Nagoya belt

② Formal kimono course

All 3 times 55,000 yen (6 hours)

You will be able to wear your own visiting clothes. You will acquire a beautiful dress suitable for ceremonial dress. This lesson is for those who can tighten the Nagoya belt by themselves.

Kimono teacher training course

​This course is a course of other clothing that allows the other party to wear a kimono.


All 10 times 220,000 yen (20 hours)
Learn how to dress your partner. You can learn how to wear tsumugi, komon, houmongi, black tomesode, and furisode. After completing the course, you can also introduce your work. This lesson is a professional training skill improvement course lesson for those who can also dress themselves. This course is perfect for those who want to acquire skills as a job.
[Course content]
Towel correction, Komongi, Houmongi, black tomesode, furisode, hakama

Those who fall under any of the following

・ Cosmetology vocational school graduates ・ Professionals involved in cosmetology

​・ Kimono debut course for beginners (both casual and formal)

Kimono teacher training course

​This course will allow you to play an active role as a dressing instructor.


All 10 times 220,000 yen (20 hours)
It is a course that you can learn to become a dressing instructor who can play an active role.
The skills required as a dressing instructor are not limited to dressing.
The skills required for being able to dress and being able to play an active role as an instructor are different. The instructor business is made up of students.
We will generously convey our know-how so that you can play an active role independently as a dressing instructor.
This course is also recommended for those who want to start a business at home or at their own pace.
[Course content]
How to open a classroom, structure of a course, how to attract customers, how to teach, entrepreneurship support, how to teach a dressing course

Those who fall under any of the following

・ A dresser who wants to be independent

・ A dressing instructor who has already opened a classroom but wants to make the classroom even more exciting

​・ Those who have completed the kimono debut course (both casual and formal courses) for beginners and the dresser training course

​If you are interested, please come to the free trial lesson first.
You can experience the atmosphere of the instructor and the classroom.
Even beginners of kimono are okay!
One-on-one lessons​
Empty-handed participation OK
60 minutes x 1 time free

​Complete with one lesson
​ Reservation-based one-off course

​I've learned how to dress before, but I forgot!
​ I can wear a kimono myself, but I can't wear it beautifully. We will respond to such concerns.
​ Kimono for practice will be rented so you can participate empty-handed.

Even after taking the course, we will continue to answer your concerns and consultations regarding kimono.


​Obi knot review lesson

2 hours 16,500 yen
​​ You can review the taiko knots of the Nagoya belt and the bag belt. If you wish, you can also learn the change knot.
You can take home a video of how to dress the model in the lesson. After taking the lesson, we will send you feedback on the lesson content.


​Aim for a beautiful outfit! One point course

2 hours 16,500 yen
We will teach you professional tips for obi-age, obi-tightening, obijime removal, sashimi, and hemline finish.
You can take home a video of how to dress the model in the lesson. After taking the lesson, we will send you feedback on the lesson content.


​Men's kimono dressing course

2 hours 16,500 yen
We support men's kimono debut!
Those who want to learn how to dress men in other clothes can also take this course.
You can also learn the basic shell knot and the obi tie that the samurai liked to tie. In this course, you can also wear men's everyday clothes and yukata by yourself. This is a great one-time course where you can learn about men's kimono, TPO, purchasing and care methods.