We have been making shibori products and creations since 1940 and opened this museum in 2001 with aims to protect and pass down the knowledge of this traditional dyeing technique through generations.
The technique joined with the traditional culture of Kyoto and gave birth to Kyo-Kanoko-Shibori. Even today, new shibori techniques are being developed. We will continue to make creations with its unique three-dimensional pattern and creative sense.
Director Kyoto Shibori Museum
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Open: 9:00 ~ 17:00
Adults: 800 yen
High & junior school students: 500 yen
Elementary school students: 300 yen
Shibori Class: 3,850 yen~
During the O-bon vacation,
and the New Year period
Two cars parking and bicycle parking space are available.
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Located southeast of Nijo castle
5mins. walk from Nijo castle or Nijojo-mae Station on Subway Tozai line
10mins. walk from Karasuma-Oike Station on Subway Karasuma line, Exit 4-1