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Produces and sells original one-stroke prescriptions designed from kimono patterns

Silk Museum 

「Manufactured and sold by an original national treasure writer, Hiroko Tajima」

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(TOP image) Original one-stroke note "Summer" provided by Silk Museum

From the spring of 2020, the Silk Museum was planning to sell two types of one-stroke writing paper, “Spring” and “Summer,” designed by visiting and wearing Hiroko Tajima, but it will be temporarily closed due to the new coronavirus. Therefore, the sale was postponed.
At the same time as opening on Tuesday, June 2, we started selling at the Silk Museum shop.
We are looking forward to your visit because we are displaying kimonos that make you forget the rainy season.

The visiting garment "Katsu", which is a model of the one-stroke note "summer", is also on display on the second floor of the hotel until July 19 (Sun).

Produces and sells original one-stroke prescriptions designed from kimono patterns
From the right, visiting garment “wig” Yuzen dyeing by Hiroko Tajima Visiting garment “sho” Yuzen dyeing by Shotaro Arai Silk Museum Provided

Human national treasure writer Hiroko Tajima
Produces and sells original one-stroke notes designed from visiting clothes
[Silk Museum]
[Opening hours] 9:30-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
[Closed] Mondays (next day if a national holiday), December 28th to January 4th, temporary closures
[Admission fee] General ¥500 65 years old and over/College students ¥300 ¥High school students/Elementary and junior high school students ¥100
[Inquiry] 045-641-0841 (Silk Museum)

It is opened after taking measures to prevent new coronavirus infectious diseases.
Therefore, the workshopUps and demonstrations, weaving and threading experience, touching displays, etc. will be canceled until August 31st (Monday). For other details of preventive measures, please see our website .

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The Silk Museum deepens visitors' understanding of silk science and the technology of silk production while providing venues and chances for visitors to appreciate and admire beautiful silk clothing . They also work to promote the demand for silk through various exhibitions and workshops.

  • Address
    Silk Center 2F, 1 Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
  • Business Hour
    9:30-17:00 (Last admission 16:30) Closed: Mondays (next day if a national holiday), year-end and New Year holidays (12/28-1/4) *Temporary closing