We evaluate feasibility of three-dimensional turbo spin echo imaging (BB-T1-VISTA) as coronary artery wall imaging for Kawasaki disease. BB-T1-VISTA could visualize the proximal regions of the coronary artery appropriately. BB-T1-VISTA with axial orientation produced the highest reproducibility to magnetic resonance coronary angiography (MRCA). Although BB-T1-VISTA showed significantly smaller diameter than MRCA, the limits of agreement were small in the proximal regions with normal diameter. By contrast, the larger aneurysms were, the larger bias became between MRCA and BB-T1-VISTA. BB-T1-VISTA has a potential to evaluate wide range of the coronary artery at once and was feasible in regions with small diameter.