Sat, Nov
04

English Tours of Kimono Fabric Dyeing Shops

¥500 (on the door)

For anyone interested in kimono and the beautiful dyeing techniques, you can join an English guided tours.

In this tour, you’ll visit some fabric dyers and related shops in the Ochiai and Nakai area. And if you want to try your hand at dyeing, you can join a workshop for 500 yen (available only for the morning tour). Register your spot online.

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