How to get to Kyoto Nishijinjiki Kaikan

About Kyoto Nishijinjiki Kaikan

In the Nishijin-ori Kaikan, you will find demonstrations of Nishijin-ori weaving and historical information, as well as displays and sales of Nishijin-ori ties, shawls and bags. You can also visit the hand-weaving class and try your hand at weaving Nishijin-ori on a machine. Or you can rent a kimono and experience Japanese culture for yourself. There is also a selection of traditional Japanese maiko and geisha costumes, and even the luxurious twelve monokinis of Japanese brides. You can enjoy a “nostalgic costume experience” and a tour of the city in a gorgeous kimono. Depending on the climate, summer kimonos are also available for the summer months. If you have the chance to visit, we recommend that you put on a kimono and take a photo of the precious nishijin-ori woven with luxurious silk threads.

How to get there

1. Bus: City Bus, Horikawa-Imaide River Station

2.Subway: Umaru Line, Imaigawa Station


Free admission.

Opening hours

2. Kimono fitting 9:00-15:00
3. Kimono Show 3 sessions in the morning, 10:00, 10:50 and 11:45
4 sessions in the afternoon, 1:15, 2:15, 3:15 and 4:00


Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Kamigyō-ku, Horidashichō, 289

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