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Kyoto Shibori Museum

Get to know tie-dyeing passed down from the ancients
Said to be the oldest dyeing craft in Japan, tie-dyeing dates back some 1,300 years, and it has captivated a large following over the centuries with vivid but cultivated designs on kimonos as well as other Japanese clothing and small articles.
But, now, Japanese tie-dye is capturing attention around the world thanks to the production of tie-dyed scarfs and other small garments.
This is the only museum in Japan specializing just on the tie-dye theme. Visitors are able to leisurely enjoy the techniques and results via bimonthly special exhibitions arranged by tie-dye experts and film footage of the various processes. In addition, the museum offers three very popular scarf tie-dye courses, “Sekka shibori” “ita-shime-shibori” and “Kyo-arashi-shibori”, that visitors can try out.
Finished scarves can be taken home on the day. And, for visitors who want a technical challenge, the “fukusa course” awaits. This involves dyeing using the Kyoto dapple-pattern technique.

* Address: 127 Shikiami-cho Aburanokojidori Oike-sagaru,Nakagyo-ku

* Tel.: +81-(0)75-221-4252

* Fax.: +81-(0)75-221-4253

* Access: A 3-min walk from Exit 2 of the Tozai Line Nijojo-mae Stn/A 3-min walk from Horikawa-Oike Stop of City Bus

* Parking: Space for 2 cars (Free)

* Hours: 9:00~17:00

* Closed: Irregular hols

* Adm: ¥500, Dyeing lesson: ¥3,240, ¥4,320, ¥5,400

* Website: http://shibori.jp


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