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 .
April 2, 2021 to June 23, 2021
Total total length 75m! !!
Olympics in the animal's forest
'Shibori Manga Choju-giga''
A 35-meter-long scroll
Choju-jinbutsu-giga (the oldest 'manga cartoon' in Japan), dyed by the Japanese shibori technique on a 35-meter-long Tango silk crepe.
The rocks and trees in the background are also three-dimensional and lively.
And the animals of the 'Choju-jinbutsu-giga' enjoy the Olympic games in the forest.
In addition to familiar sports, new competitions such as bouldering and skateboarding, etc.
The full-length is 40m.
Depending on the infection status of the new coronavirus , the contents of the exhibition after July 1, 2021 may change.
In case of change, we will inform you on our website and SNS. Thank you for your understanding.
July 1, 2021-December 23, 2021
Width 6.5m Height 3m
Huge Shibori screen 'The great wave off Kanagawea'
Shibori picture Forty-six Views of Mount Fuji
The total number of processes is 56!
A huge screen using 6 large silk fabrics with the motif of Hokusai's 'The great wave off Kanagawza' is exhibited.
The masterpiece with a width of 6.5m and a height of 3m is spectacular!
Created with the theme of "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" by making full use of shibori techniques.
All 46 framed shibori pictures are displayed at once!
August 2nd / August 13th-August 16th / September 1st / October 1st / November 1st
November 25th to 30th / December 1st
Past special exhibition