What would be a better way to remember your time in Japan than a beautiful, traditional kimono. Naturally, kimonos are a popular souvenir for tourists in Japan, and many shops along Nakamise Dori cater to this.
As with anything, especially clothing, kimono prices and quality can vary greatly. For the most expensive, hand-woven kimonos, you’ll have to go to a specialty shop or a second-hand kimono store. Plenty of stalls along Nakamise Dori offer high-quality mid-range products, though, that are comfortable and feature the traditional patterns that kimono are known for. Depending on your budget and purposes, you can choose from both real silk and polyester.