Nishijin Textile Center - Kimono Show & Hand-Weaving Workshop

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Stunning Kimono Fashion Show

Stunning Kimono Fashion Show

Available on Select Quilt Festival Japan Tour vacations.
The Nishijin Textile Center is a popular destination for those interested in the art of kimono and the delicate techniques used to create Japan's traditional clothing. Located in the Nishijin area of Kyoto, the textiles produced in the area are mainly used for Kimono and Kimono sashes. The textiles are well known for their unique variety, often split into 12 distinct categories. The center displays several kimonos for viewing and holds demonstrations explaining the techniques involved in creating a beautiful kimono. The highlight of the Nishijin Textile Center is the stunning kimono fashion show it holds to its visitors. They also have a large shopping selection, holding a variety of
goods from woven items to traditional Kyoto sweets.

Gorgeous Kimono | Kyoto

Gorgeous Kimono | Kyoto

While visiting the Nishijin Textile Center, guests can also try on Kimono and take photos with the scenic background in Kyoto. There are over 150 kimono to choose from and undergarments and shoes can be borrowed to help complete an authentic look. You may even want to buy one for yourself after all your photos are done as the ultimate keep sake during your Kyoto Tour.

Explore the Nishijin Textile Center in Kyoto after one of our fully-guided Cherry Blossom Tours in the spring or during select Quilt Festival Japan Tours between Tokyo & Kyoto!

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