Appreciate a national treasure and make a unique custom handkerchief in a traditional kimono shop

Guide fee: Hinenosho is designated as Japan Heritage
Visit Hine Shrine and Jigenin Temple.
Visit Ishihara Kimono Shop: Make a unique custom handkerchief using Beni-Bana dying stuff.
Shopkeeper explains you about Japanese Kimono.

Itinerary Hineno station (JR) -> Jigenin Temple, Tahoto (National Treasure) -> Hine Shrine-> Ishihara Kimono Shop : Experience Beni-Bana Dying to make a handkerchief -> Hineno station (JR)
Meeting Point Hineno station (JR)
Guide fee ¥8,000/group  (up to 6 persons, children under 2 are free of charge.)
Tour duration approximately 3 hours
Minimum Guest Count 2 persons (Max. 6 persons)
Ending Point Hineno station (JR)
Note Admission fee to Jigenin and experience fee at Ishihara Kimono shop are required. Transportation fare is not included. (* No discount for children.)

Pleasee pay for your guide’s admission fee and transportation fare.

Guide fee will be charged for a guiding service in available language for a group of 2-6 people during a tour.
If the size of the group is larger than the above, the tour will be accompanied by an extra guide (Additional guide fee will be required in that case).
The normal adult’s fee will be required for children of 3 years of age or older. Children under 3 years of age will be free of charge.
Tour fees do not include public transportation fare, admission fee, experience fee, and food expenses.
*There will be an additional fee for your guide's transportation fare, if the tour includes travel by public transportation.
Please note that we will not bear any responsibility or liability for any accidents or injuries during the tour. For those who need an insurance during the tour, please apply for it at your own responsibility.