How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

Kimono to keep, dressing service, unlimited beer, one of Japan’s best views all in one package

Unbeatable deal in Yokohama includes full-course meal and your choice from over one hundred yukata and obi sash patterns.

Two of the most effective ways to relax during a Japanese summer are to wear a lightweight yukata (summer kimono) or to sip an ice-cold drink at an outdoor beer garden. Of course, the best option is to do both, but that can be kind of tricky if you don’t own a yukata or aren’t quite capable of tying the obi (sash) by yourself.

Yokohama Marine Tower

But the Marine Tower, located roughly a half-hour south of downtown Tokyo in the city of Yokohama, can address all those concerns. Between July 07 and September 10, 2017 the Marine Tower is partnering with photo studio Yokohama Kimono Station for its Yukata Beer Garden promotion in which the Kimono Station staff not only help you get dressed in the yukata of your choosing, but you get to keep the outfit when the day is done!

Yokohama Marine Tower

The package starts with a visit to Yokohama Kimono Station, where you can choose from over 100 styles of men’s and women’s kimono, obi, and geta wooden sandals.

How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

After you’ve made your selection, the staff will dress you in the garments. Once you’re looking sharp you’ll head over to the Marine Tower, located adjacent to the bayside Yamashita Park, where you’ll choose from between three full-course meals with dishes such as Hawaiian BBQ, Iberian pork spareribs, or grilled locally raised Shonan Pork.

Shonan Pork set at Yukata Beer Garden
Shonan Pork set

How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

All courses include all-you-can-drink alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, and a ticket to the Marine Tower’s 100-meter (328-foot) high observation floor is also part of the package.

How to Enjoy Unlimited Beer + Dressed in Kimono at Yukata Beer Garden

The package is priced at 12,000 yen (US$108) for women and 14,000 yen for men. Considering that a yukata itself can easily run 10,000 yen or more (and that’s not counting the sash and sandals), the Yukata Beer Garden is an amazingly good value, as well as an unforgettable way to spend a summer evening.



So better take note of this event because this is totally worth your trip to Yokohama!

xoxo, Blair




32 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. The kimono looks so nice... Got unlimited beer somemore, great deal..

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    1. Indeed! This could be a fun and exciting experience and enjoy the view of Yokohama.

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  2. Thanks for the share. I would really love to visit one day! and your blog is very helpful with details!

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  3. The kimonos are so pretty! Regret not renting one when I was there. Sigh. And the Shonan pork set, yum!

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  4. Dress up in garment and walking in Japan street would definitely look amazing.. I m imagining now. Heheh

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    1. I love businesses that offers experiential marketing.

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    1. Me too! And imagine that you can drink unlimited beer wearing that dress. Awesome fun!

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  6. That is one great way to mic with the locals and enjoy the best food with great view. A great idea - might want to steal the idea and implement it back home here in Malaysia. Hehehe.

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    1. OMG that's a great idea!
      Unlimited beer and free to wear national costume of Malaysia :)

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  7. Wow! Love the idea, Very attractive package! Wanna check it out, exciting;) cheers SiennyLovesDrawing

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  8. The girls at yukata looks so beautiful. Hope to wear like them one day.

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  9. Wow, unlimited bears and dressing. It sound so special trip to Japan.
    The package is worth to go.

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    1. You are right. Totally worth the trip and every glass of beer!

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  10. It's gonna be a wonderful yet unforgettable time to spend! TQ for spreading!

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  11. They look so beautiful in yukata! I want too!!

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    1. I know babe! I wonder if I could take home the yukata too!

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  12. Now that is a fun thing to do. I would love to dress up this way and head out for a meal. Nice experience indeed!

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    1. Me too! Experiencing wearing a yukata and drinking beer is a rare thing to do.

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  13. This is such an amazing experience! I love the flowery kimono and would really love to try one on. The three course meals also look delicious! I am saving this post now for my visit to Japan at the end of this year!

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    1. They also have available yukata for men!

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  14. This is awesome! Definitely a must do, when you're in Japan. Such an awesome package deal it is! But then, yeah, it is priced dearly!

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    1. Its okay with the price.. the most important is the experience!

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  15. Wow, the food looks incredibly delicious! I would love to try Shonan Pork Set. And I haven't tried a Japanese Kimono so this is definitely a nice treat. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. That's exciting! The food looks so delicious that I'm hungry now. It's such a cool way to mic the modernity and the old, traditional style. I'd love to try :)

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    1. Thanks Tom. Pretty sure you';; look dashing in yukata.

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