Kyoto Shibori Museum is
the only museum in Japan that specializes in shibori
and conveys the technique of shibori to the present day.
Since the exhibition contents of the special exhibition are changed several times a year, you can see various masterpieces created by shibori.
Kyoto Shibori Museum is also a hands-on museum
where you can learn about shibori from various perspectives, such as the valuable videos and tools used in the shibori process, explanations by specialized staff,
and you can touch the shibori fabric .
September 2, 2020-January 31, 2021
The world shibori pictures
Millet, Hokusai, Jakuchu, Hiroshige etc.
created by using 'Kyo-kanoko shibori' dyeing method.
The three-dimensional effect of shibori expresses characteristics of those pictures
perfectly and successfully.
Closed days during the period:
November 2nd / November 27th-December 1st / December 24th-January 5th
With the spread of the new coronavirus infection and the announcement of a state of emergency, the first exhibitions of "Hokusai 46 Mt. Fuji Exhibition" and "Giant Kichō Kanagawa Okinami Ura" scheduled to be exhibited from February 2, 2021 will be postponed.
In addition, the contents of the exhibition may change suddenly during the period. In case of change, we will notify on our website.
Thank you for your understanding.