Orinasukan Textile Museum
Craft Museum in Nishijin, Kyoto
10am - 3:30pm
Allow 90 minutes
Closed: Monday, except on holidays; The day following a holiday; New Year holidays
Updated 12 June 2020
About Orinasukan Textile Museum
A well maintained museum about Nishijin’s weaving history, set in a beautifully restored timber workshop.
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