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■Happy New Year!
■How would you like your hairstyle?
We are Riyo Rocca, the barber shop of Jiyugaoka. We've been working at this place around sixty years. We speak a little English, so can communicate with you about your hairstyling.
Our shop is located seven minutes on foot from Jiyugaoka station and Kuhonbutsu station, and it's close to Okusawa, Yakumo, Midorigaoka, Toritsudaigaku, Ookayama, Oyamadai, Todoroki, Fukasawa and Komazawa area as well.
If you have any images of your favorite hairstyles, we'd like to see them.
Please call me Rocca, and feel free to visit us anytime!
We have one time slot for every hour (e.g. from 9:00 sharp, 10:00 sharp, 11:00 sharp), and can make an appointment for you by phone.
Making an appointment is recommended especially for weekends. We're really looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
→ Phone 03-3702-6309 ( We speak a little English.)
■Business Days and Opening Hours
|Tuesday||/ 9 am - 7:30 pm|
|Wednesday||/ 9 am - 7:30 pm|
|Thursday||/ 9 am - 7:30 pm|
|Friday||/ 9 am - 7:30 pm|
|Saturday||/ 9 am - 7:30 pm|
|Sunday||/ 9 am - 7:30 pm|
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|Monday||/ We're closed.|
We're closed on Mondays. (and the 2nd Tuesday, the 3rd Sunday)
We offer hair cuts, shampoo, shaving, and hair-coloring. If you have any images of your favorite hairstyles, we'd like to see them. The images help us make your hair more stylish.
|Price||・Dry Hair Cut （not including shampoo）||3,700 YEN|
|・Hair Cut （including shampoo）||4,300 YEN|
|・Child Cuts （12yrs and under）||3,100 YEN ～|
→ and more Menu (in Japanese)
Our shop is located seven minutes on foot from Jiyugaoka station (Toyoko Line) and Kuhonbutsu station (Oimachi Line), and it's close to Midorigaoka, Ookamaya, Oyamadai, Todoroki, and Fukasawa area as well.
→ In More Detail About Access
→ Google Maps（with the new tab）
(^.^)/ Feel free to visit us!
■About Our Shop Name
Riyo means "barber" in Japanese, and Rocca means "snow". (You know of course, yuki means "snow" too.)
Rocca, it literally means "a six-flower". It's because a snowflake looks like a small icy flower having six petals. I love this name.