Mid
~
Late
Jan
 2021

Nuno-Haku in Tokyo

¥700 (on the door)

Nuno-Haku is where you can buy all kinds of textile-related merchandise. Lovers of nice things can definitely find something here. There are plenty of fabrics, clothing, etc., on sale, as well as special fan favorites like the ‘brooch expo/earring party’ and a sock parlor. They also have workshops, performances, and food so you can enjoy your whole day here.

Please note – the event is taking place across two weekends and their preceding Fridays – there will not be anything on the Monday to Thursday between. From the 17th – 19th will be embroidery focused while the 24th – 26th will be clothing focused.

The entry fee is ¥700, but elementary school students and younger enter for free. If you want to re-enter the event, just show them the venue map. Warning: unfortunately, there’s a strict no-pets policy.

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