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Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, Shibuya
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Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum is located in Shibuya. See Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum and all Tokyo has to offer by arranging your trip with our Tokyo vacation trip planner.
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L'entrée du musée est comprise dans le pass Grutto. Il comprend deux salles, uniquement en japonais, c'est dommage. Pour ceux qui s'intéressent aux vêtements, aux costumes, aux tissus, cela vaut le dé... read more »The Museum entrance is included in the Grutto pass. There are two rooms, only in Japanese, it's a shame. For those who are interested in clothing, costumes, fabric, this is worth the trip. Currently it is an exhibition on the transition from traditional clothing and Western costumes, sumptuous traditional clothing and Western clothes. It takes 30 to 45 minutes to enjoy.show original
企画展に出かけてみました。新宿駅からも徒歩圏内です。館内も綺麗で、展示も企画がとてもしっかりしていて、見応えがありました。I went to the exhibition. It is within walking distance from Shinjuku. Staff at the hotel, had a spectacular exhibition because they have very good planning.show original
新宿駅南口から甲州街道を下っていくと左手に文化学園があり、その一角に博物館もあります。展示会の案内が大きく出ているので、見過ごすことはないでしょう。有料です。Down the Koshu-Kaido from Shinjuku Station South exit Bunka Gakuen and Museum located on the left. You won't overlook the exhibition is large, so. Charges are applicable.show original
Decent museum if you're interested in old fashion from around the world. No photography allowed though.
Under the auspices of the Bunka Fashion College, this specialized museum has collected some 20,000 historical costumes and related crafts from around Japan and around the world, and holds four exhibitions a year organized around specific themes. The collection includes folk costumes, accessories and textiles from Europe, Africa and Asia, and Noh costumes and modern court costumes from Japan.
Nice museum. 300 yen for college students and free for Bunka's students.
Brilliant show of kimono and textile techniques.
not so fun with costume from the war period
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