Learn about the beautiful art of kimono fabric dyeing with a guided tour of traditional craftsmen’s shops. English guides will help all visitor enjoy a special “konya meguri” event in the Nakai and Ochiai area.There are two sessions, one between 10am – 12pm and one between 1pm – 3.15pm. Starting at Shimo Ochiai station, the morning tour will visit a temple and two dyeing shops while the afternoon tour will will visit three but require a 150yen train journey to Nakai station. Both tours have the opportunity for you to try your hand at dyeing fabric for only 500 yen.
There are only 5 places available on each tour and reservations are required so please complete the form if you would like to attend.
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