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 .
Shibori Hokusai Exhibition
September 3rd to December 23rd, 2021
Kyoto Shibori Museum 20th Anniversary Special Exhibition
Width 6.5mx Height 3m
First public release
"Shibori Hokusai The Great wave off Kanagawa"
A total of 56 processes to complete by shibori craftsmen in Kyoto
on the silk fabric of Tango crepe.
"Forty-six views of Mt.Fuji"
An exhibition of works created by making full use of Kyoto's shibori techniques based on Katsushika Hokusai's "Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji".
[Closed] November 25th-December 1st / Irregular holidays
This work was created to pass on the technique of shibori to the future through the fund of the Kyoto Shibori Dyeing Promotion Association.
Past special exhibition