Utsukushiya うつくしや東村呉服店

Utsukushiya is a modern refurbished B&B guesthouse in a traditional building where visitors can rent Matsusaka indigo-dyed cotton kimonos.

Utsukushiya welcomes visitors to Matsusaka with warm hospitality and a passion for sharing the history and culture of the city. They serve famous Matsusaka Beef, offer comfortable accommodation and rent kimonos made from high quality Matsusaka cotton.
The knowledgeable staff will make sure your kimono rental fits perfectly so you can go exploring in comfort and see the sites. Utsukushiya is a perfect starting point for a walking tour of Matsusaka that starts in the Edo Period merchant streets and must include a visit to the castle ruins.
Leave your bags with us and travel freely around Matsusaka while learning about the city’s rich traditions and history. When you return from your tour, relax in modern and comfortable space to refresh your body and spirit. The cafe on site serves a range of dishes and sweets that are sure to satisfy.
Address
〒515-0083 松阪市中町1940番地
Phone
0598-21-0220
Official website
Visit Website
Holidays
Irregular holidays
Price
Kimono Dressing Ecperince
¥3,300~
Access by public transportation
About 5 minutes on foot from Matsusaka Station
〈Access to “Matsusaka” Station〉
[From Osaka] About 90 minutes by Kintetsu Railway.
[From Nagoya] About 1 hour by Kintetsu Railway.

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