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Towel Museum Ichihiro, Imabari

(2.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
More shop than museum, Towel Museum Ichihiro sells colorful towels in various size and interesting patterns. Located within a modern building, the museum occupies three floors and features quirky towel sculptures resembling cakes, breads, burgers, and popcorn. You can observe the actual process of making towels, starting from the raw cotton, to spinning and weaving on the automatic loom. Relax in the garden enclosed by citrus trees, and wrap up your visit with a quick snack at the onsite restaurant. Plan to visit Towel Museum Ichihiro during your Imabari vacation using our convenient Imabari holiday planner.
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  • A little away from Imabari City, is about 20 minutes by car. They sell lots of towels. There was a gift, as well as towels. Because in the theater was showing Moomin shopping while the children watched the Moomin. This time he did not pay Museum is still fully enjoyed.
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  • Guests can enjoy a some degree. Souvenir quite comprehensive in the Center and then choose more of it than buy it in the airport, for example, you can buy slowly. Also in winter enjoy illumination in the rooftop garden. For free. It is of Wangfujing of Chinese cuisine in the hotel's restaurant is so delicious.
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  • Materials were of the Imabari towel you know the general public. After the payment was said to register, I learned for the first time. Unlike the cases marked in the downtown area sell towels, were ordinary towels. 5 second rule was bad. It is too bad.
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