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Nishijin Textile Center, Kyoto
(3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • My wife was in the fashion trade for a long time, one of the reason we visit this place, you learn some Japanese tradition fashion history and seeing a lady demonstration the weave machine, live silk ...  more »
  • A visit to Kyoto District famous for its production of kimono and fabrics in General is very enjoyable and interesting. But don't limit yourself only to this center that looks more like a little trap for tourist groups. Recommend a visit to the nearby Museum Orinasu-kan to see really beautiful fabrics. The Center logically is free admission and is open from 9 to 17.
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  • It is not a textile or Kimono Museum. But this is a nice place to visit if you're a Kyoto first timer. There are varieties of souvenirs made in Kyoto with attractive design and good price. You can als...  more »
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  • If you are into kimonos (like my wife), then this should be FIVE STARS. It was very interesting even to me (not that much into kimonos or knitting or such). They even have a regularly scheduled kimono fashion show (very cool) and pretty incredible gift shop.
  • Easy very helpful very polite average kimono price 5,000¥ good price good quality.
  • This place is just beautiful. The staff are so welcoming and their products speak for themselves. Definitely a worthy place to investigate when in Kyoto.
  • A bit tired looking. Willing staff but very limited goods catering for tourist's needs. Kimono display interesting.
  • Were visiting as part of bus tour. It's more a big souvenir shop, attendants however are friendly and that made me buy some little stuff :)