1. 01
    Play your part in traditional Kyoto culture

    Celebrated artists invite you to experience traditional Kyoto culture: Ryuho Sasaoka (ikebana), Tatsushige Udaka (noh), and Hirotsugu Ogawa and Yusuke Matsubayashi (ceramics).Watch seasoned masters mounting a piece of art for display or crafting a paper lantern.

  2. 02
    Taste Kyoto cuisine and liquor

    Tour the city of Kyoto as in the pre-modern Edo period, enjoying dishes from the high-end Japanese restaurants Kinobu and Shimogamo Saryo, and taste Kyoto’s local sake and craft beer.

  3. 03
    Meet the latest generation of Kyoto’s world-class artisans

    Spend a dreamy evening with members of GO ON, a unit formed of Kyoto’s world-class artisans. Watch the owner of Kaikado engrave a tea scoop, and chat with the owners of Hosoo (textiles), Kochosai Kosuga (bamboo crafts), Kanaami-Tsuji (wire netting).

  • For first-time guests, here is a gallery of the first Uzumasa Edo Sakaba, held in autumn 2014.
  • Guests of the first event delighted in the distinct flavors of Kyoto’s local sake and
  • first-rate cuisine from restaurants serving prestigious temples.
  • They got a taste of traditional performing arts and craft demonstrations at such close
  • proximity they could hear the artists breathe.
  • And they dressed effortlessly in stylish kimono gowns,
  • playing their part in the party catering to mature tastes.
  • Guests of the second event are recommended to try on a kimono,
  • too, for a full experience of Uzumasa Edo Sakaba.


Please purchase tickets via the dedicated website. Advance payment is required.Bookings are accepted on a f irst come, f irst served basis.Follow the link below your preferred date to go to the ticketing site, Peatix.

Admission is limited to 700 guests per day. Please note that tickets may sell out.

may 30[sat], 2015  7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
(including tax and admission only; food and beverages sold separately)
Sold out
may 31[sun], 2015  7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
(including tax and admission only; food and beverages sold separately)
Sold out
Inquiries regarding tickets 075-351-9915 Ticket administrator : Nozomi Inc. / Hours: Monday–Friday (excluding holidays) 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
[Peatix payment methods]
Select from credit card, ATM, or convenience store.
You will be charged only the price of the ticket. No service fee applies regardless of payment method.
[Cancellation policy]
Changes and cancellations are not accepted once booking and payment is completed via Peatix. Please fix your date and group size before booking tickets. In the event you cannot attend the event, your right of attendance* may be passed on to a friend.
* Online tickets may be transferred either individually or in the name of the group’s representative.
  • N.B. Due to the nature of the event, admission will not be granted to underage persons (i.e., younger than 20 years old) including infants. Do not drink and drive. Alcoholic beverages are best enjoyed in moderation.

Guests who wish to dress in a kimono

T his section introduces kimono rental services for guests who do not have a kimono but wish to dress in one for the event.

More Detail

N.B. Free photography services are offered to guests who show up in a kimono.


[Kimono rental shops in Kyoto]
  • NPO法人インターナショナルフレンドシップ京ごころ
  • 京都祇園屋
  • 夢館
  • 京越祇園本店
  • 夢京都
  • てくてく京都
  • 京都きものレンタル41
  • レンタルきもの岡本

N.B. Kyogokoro’s Basic Plan is available for guests who wish to change into a kimono at the venue.
Please contact Kyogokoro and book dressing services for Uzumasa Edo Sakaba.

[Kyogokoro inquiries]
Phone: 075-211-8003   Hours: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.


Uzumasa Edo Sakaba

Second Season

May 30 [Sat] and 31[Sun], 2015 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Rimpa The 400th Anniversary.Uzumasa Eigamura Special Events.

MAY/30/2015 Updated