First of all, it took me forever to find this place. I didn't expect it to be on the 8th floor of a building. I know the address says that, but I wasn't really paying attention. Once I figured that out, got there no problem. However, it was a lot smaller than I imagined and a little dry. I walked around the place in about 30 minutes, and just kept making circles because I didn't expect to get done so fast. I didn't do the kimono experience, but I'm not sure that would've made it any more exciting. It was lack luster for me, but kids seemed to be enjoying it.
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