Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

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Itchiku Kubota Museum | Beautifully Crafted Kimonos

Itchiku Kubota Museum | Beautifully Crafted Kimonos

Itchiku Kubota was a Japanese textile artist who devoted his life in recreating Tsujigahana, a fabric dyeing technique from 15th century. Since that technique was forgotten, he revived the lost art and modernized it at the age of 60. Most of his beautiful crafted kimonos are exhibited in the museum overlooking a stunning Japanese garden.

View the beautiful kimonos up close by joining any of our Takayama or Takayama Festival tours.

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