Special Spring Exhibition “Tie-Dye (Shiborizome) – Flowers Blooming on linen –
An exhibition of tie-dyed kimono used as everyday apparel and other large tie-dye works by contemporary artists.
Tie-dyeing (Shiborizome) is a technique in which part of the fabric is tied, bound, sewed and tightened, or squeezed with plates, etc.
to prevent penetration of the fluid and dyed.
This exhibition presents tie-dyed Kimono used as everyday clothes and other tie-dye works by contemporary artists.
Information source : Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau
- Japan Folk Crafts Museum, Osaka
- 10-5, Senribanpakukoen, Suita
- March 3 (Sat) -July 16 (Mon/national holiday), 2018
10:00-17:00 (Last admission: 16:30)
*Closed on Wednesdays (Open on March 21 (Wed/national holiday) )
- Regular holiday
- Adult: 700 yen
University/High school student: 450 yen
Elementary school/Junior high school student: 100 yen
(Discount for group of 20 or more)
*Persons with disability certificates, etc. are eligible for welfare discounts.