【Momijian teahouse Plan】Photoshoot at the century-old tasteful teahouse
JPY 120,000 (including tax)

・Dress in Kimono (Lady/Man)
・Hair styling & Full face makeup (Lady)
・Interpreter  ・Professional photographer
・Shooting location rental fee
・130pics DVD
・Picture deta download service

Vacancy & Other inquiries

  • Feature 1: Shooting in the seasonal nature
  • Feature 2: On the sidelines of sightseeing
  • Feature 3 Rainy-day special

Outdoor shooting away from crowds

Other companies would shoot in many crowds and tourists. However, Momojian is located at a quiet and low-traffic area behind Maruyama Park. This plan offers outdoor shooting in Kyoto in the quiet atmosphere. 
Momijian teahouse in Kyoto

Enjoy sightseeing in Kyoto before and after the shooting

Higashiyama area, where Momijian is located, has popular destinations such as Yasaka-jinja Shrine and Maruyama Park. You will feel like a tourist when coming to Momijian in the morning. After the shooting is finished early afternoon, you can directly go sightseeing. Many people have selected this plan on the sidelines of sightseeing and honeymoon. 
Photoshoot at the pathway to Chorakuji temple

We offer a rainy-day special shooting at Chorakuji

We are granted to exclusively use Chorakuji Temple, behind Momijian, for a rainy-day shooting at the spots where shooting is basically prohibited, such as Sonoike garden, architected by Souami, a painter of Muromachi era. No other companies have such a service. You may have an amazing opportunity as only a few couples have been photographed there in the past. 
Shiromuku and Wataboshi

Meet up at the main mate of Yasaka Shrine in Gion
Photographer Nobu will greet you. After that is a short walk to the Momijian Teahouse.


Hairstyling and Kimono consultation


Hairstyling / Makeup / Kimono Dress


Photo shoot in Momijian Teahouse


Photo shoot around Momijian teahouse and at the entrance of Maruyama Park


Change clothes, Final payment


[From Kyoto station]
By Bus: Take the Kyoto City Bus #9 and get off at “Horikawa Teranouchi” bus stop.
From there, two-minute walk to the temple.