Siamo a Nishijin un quartiere tradizionale di Kyoto (che merita una gironzolata) con qualche bella residenza, famoso per essere da... 查看更多
A super little museum, it is small but fascinating if you are truly interested in textiles. You even get a cup of lovely tea for your 500¥ certainly not touristy, unlike nishijin textiles.
We spent a day exploring Northern Kyoto and I'm always on the lookout for costume and fashion related places. Upon entry the staff member led us to a room where we were given tea and an english pamphlet explaining the history of the building, and the exhibits. As we started to look around, he stopped us to show us the... 更多
I went to Orinasukan hoping to learn a bit more about the making of textiles in Kyoto. Upon arrival I was served a cup of tea and a sweet in a nice room overlooking the garden, and handed an English information sheet. This was a helpful guide to the downstairs and upstairs rooms with displays of garments and cloth. There... 更多
You have to pay 500 yens to get in to the Orinasukan Handmade Fabrics Museum, but even if it would be free, it wouldn't worth the visit! It is not a museum, but only 2 small rooms with few piece of fabric exhibited, not even special (I saw better Japanese textiles at the Kyoto flea market!). Moreover, the man selling... 更多
This intimate house museum, dedicated to the labor-intensive craft of weaving Kimono and Obi silks, sits on a side street... 更多
Siamo a Nishijin un quartiere tradizionale di Kyoto (che merita una gironzolata) con qualche bella residenza, famoso per essere da... 更多