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Yakto Silk Handwoven Textiles and Pestemals

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Must visit when in İstanbul

When you visit İstanbul, you have to visit the Galata Tower. And when you visit Galata, 2-mins away... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2018
ozerdo
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Campbell, California
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Great shop

I look for a local weaving in every country I go to. This place really stood out from all the... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2017
Viktorija M
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YAKTO IPEK DOKUMA is named after Yakto village in Antioch (Antakya) in Turkey that has been engaged in the art of silkworm breeding and silk weaving since late 1800s. We, BUYUKASIK Family members, have been maintaining and performing this handicraft...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Mueyyedzade Mahallesi, Yuksek Kaldirim Caddesi, No:31 | Karakoy, Istanbul 34425, Turkey
Beyoglu
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Reviewed 27 January 2015

We stumbled on this store by accident -- and ended up stopping by several times over the course of our visit. The owners are lovely (accommodating & not pushy at all) & the hand-woven textiles were the best we found in Istanbul. According to the...More

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Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

When you visit İstanbul, you have to visit the Galata Tower. And when you visit Galata, 2-mins away there is Yakto with amazing hand made towels, scarfs and more with cotton, linen and pure silk. Small store with a big heart: five generations of family...More

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Reviewed 31 December 2017 via mobile

I look for a local weaving in every country I go to. This place really stood out from all the machine made stuff (likely made in China) sold in Grand Bazaar and / or standard souvenir shops. This is a family run business with a...More

1  Thank Viktorija M
Reviewed 19 April 2016

I often walked into this shop on may way to the Karaköy ferry station. Beautiful salesman who offers you tea with no pressure to buy anything. In saying that the store is full of handmade silk, cotton and bamboo towels, shirts and bath robes. I...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2015 via mobile

I was impressed by the kindness that serve tea and Turkish Delight . Presented with the lovers gave each other a scarf .

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Reviewed 27 July 2015

Everything sold in this Galata shop is high-quality, handwoven by artisans in Southern Turkey. The blankets, towels and other textiles were not only reasonably priced (for the quality you get), but WAY softer and clearly of a better quality than ones we had found earlier...More

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Reviewed 27 January 2015

We stumbled on this store by accident -- and ended up stopping by several times over the course of our visit. The owners are lovely (accommodating & not pushy at all) & the hand-woven textiles were the best we found in Istanbul. According to the...More

3  Thank annepnyc
Reviewed 26 July 2014

I am obsessed with Turkish textiles and was so happy when i stumbled into this small shop in Galeta at the foot of the Galeta Tower. I was drawn in by the working loom in the window. I had bought a pestemal in the Grand...More

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