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Nishijin Textile Center
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Reviewed 30 June 2018

Our tour group visited the Nishijin Textile Center as an introduction to visiting a kimono shop where we would be dressed up in kimonos. Not having enough time to see everything I chose to watch the fashion show upstairs. It was enjoyable and the kimonos on display were lovely. I wish we had time to visit the museum downstairs. I sounds excellent

Thank Ed C
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Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

Visited here with a tour group & it was lovely to see all the Beautiful Models in Traditional Kimino’s, there is a nice gift shop on the way out that sells many souvenirs.

Thank Anniewhatto
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Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

A really great place to visit. The first floor museum has silks from the 13th century onwards and the kimono phrase was wonderful. Be there early to beat the crowds. These are both FREE.

You can also dress in authentic silk kimonos or
Weave small or large pieces of silk as well as other Activites.

1  Thank James C
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Reviewed 20 April 2018 via mobile

A brief 10 minute Kimono show then down the stairs to the center for a large shopping area of a variety of things and souvenirs.
Then down to the ground floor to a restaurant if you are so inclined or on your way.

1  Thank Mars1964
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Reviewed 14 March 2018

I recently did a hand weaving class and really enjoyed it. It was great using the tools and learning how to make a little memento from my trip. The Kimono show, while short, is also good to take in and you will get a brief introduction to the different Kimono types. The museum provides you with some general history and was actually good for my interest level. The shop has a range of different gifts to purchase, both expensive and reasonable in price. The restaurant also provides a nice lunch. Worth a little visit if you are in the area.

Thank Suzie Q
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