Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts Fureaikan, Kyoto

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  • This is a multi floor small gift shop. We were expecting many crafts and it was much less than we anticipated. They have some craft items that you can participate in. It has a nice collection of Japan...  more »
  • First, the beautiful building in which the museum is located is very good (you can have a coffee on the terrace just across the street) and has a free bike parking. Then, the museum itself is extremely comprehensive and shows the richness of the craft traditions of the region. We can learn and understand many things and we admire magnificent objects. One can easily spend two beautiful hours without getting bored. A must-see in Kyoto who love learning and admire in the calm.
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  • Spend an hour or two appreciating fine examples of traditional Japanese crafts and learn about the processes behind making everything from kimono fabrics to kyoto-style roof tiles, woodblock prints, p...  more »
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  • This is a great place to learn about traditional crafts practiced in Kyoto. Exhibition text is in both English and Japanese, and there are craftspeople doing demonstrations (a real highlight! On the day we were there we saw cord being woven, bronze mirrors being polished, candles painted, and wood carved). I loved being able to see the processes used to make some of the crafts I recognised from my sightseeing in Kyoto.
  • This is a great place to see and learn - well worth a visit.
  • We were in the part bf1, with exhibition of kimonos and other traditional works. See dates because we were able to attend a demonstration of maiko dance and a brief explanation of the clothes that use, all without any cost.
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