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Featured on our best-selling line of Quilt Festival Japan Tour packages.
Quit Party is the retail shop owned by the world-famous quilter Yoko Saito. The retail store specializes in all sorts of quilting, fabric, and patchwork materials needed for any craft project. Yoko Saito is well-known around the world for her detailed work and unique use of
taupe color in her designs. Her precise, meticulous work has expanded her reputation as an amazing crafts-person in Japan and around the world. Having held workshops in Italy, Taiwan, and other countries, she is sometimes considered on of the best quilters in Japan.
While shopping at the large quilt retail store, enjoy browsing through an extensive range of fabrics and materials you need for your next quilt masterpiece. The retail shop is also home to beautiful displays of Yoko Saito's work in addition to craft shopping. Find everything you need to recreate one of Yoko Saito's stunning quilt-works, or find inspiration all your own while hunting for fabrics. A stop at the Quilt Party is bound to inspire you after seeing Saito's beautiful works.
See Yoko Saito's amazing pieces of art first hand by joining one of our fully-guided Quilt Festival Japan Tours during January or Spring!
The Largest Quilt Show in the World
Craft & Hobby Shop Yuzawaya - Everything related to Handicraft & Fabric
Japanese traditional form of decorative little stabs.
Museum dedicated to preserving Kyoto's traditional and cultural works of art
Japan and Kyoto's Finest Craft Collections including Kimono & Yukata
Great Place for Fabric Shopping at Discounted Prices
Japanese fabric store in the famous Nippori Textile Town
The Nippori Tomato is a textile store located in the Nippori Textile Town.
The first and sole quilt museum established by Mutsuko Yawatagaki
Quilting specialist Mutsuko Yawatagaki's special work shop
A dyeing technique that was developed in Kyoto during the middle of the Edo-era towards the end of the 17th century
Visit local kimono shops and enjoy kimono offcuts shopping