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Nishijin Textile Center, Kyoto

(3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • I discovered this place by watching an aging video on Japan. Nishijin is a textile industry in the heart of Kyoto and easily accessible from most hotels by bus. The hourly kimono show was delightful a...  more »
  • If you are interested in Japanese textiles, this is perfect. There are areas where you can see kimono fabrics woven on a foot pedalled loom; fabrics, kimonos, ties and pictures to buy. Crafts people s...  more »
  • Because it was near the hotel. To determine the hours of live shows and textiles. And not this entire Kyoto was reflected in "foreigners" anyway. It was very more to get to know the air. Seemed gaudy and personally, rather than cheap shades fabrics are used. Wanted to give up my high school age daughter into care made temari? buy a strap of the miniature, worried that it is not so.
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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 :)