A kimono called Oishi pongee and weaving machines is displayed in the hall.
A kimono called Oishi pongee and weaving machines is displayed in the hall. You can watch the demonstration of the work of weaving machine (reservation required).
In addition, panels and a videos that introduce processes such as cocoon picking, spinning are displayed. There is the stal selling the kimono cloth and an accessory of the Oishi Pongee.
|Name||Oishi Pongee Folkcraft Museum|
|Address||1438-1, Oishi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi
2765, Saiko, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi
|Business hours||※Year round (reservations are necessary for a visit)|
|Fees||Admission, entrance fee: Free
Other rates (event fee, rental charges): Handwoven course : 7,000 yen, accessory course : 800 – 1,000 yen, of the small herb dye course : 1,500 yen
|Contact||TEL: 0555-76-7901, 0555-20-4677|
|Getting there||By bus From Kawaguchiko Station, Retro Bus for Kawaguchiko Line, get off at Shizen-seikatsu-kan, 10-minute walk from the stage.
By car ：Take National highway No. 139 from Chuo Expressway Lake Kawaguchi Lake IC for the Lake Motosu area, turn right at Higashi-koiji intersection, after you cross Lake Kawaguchi Ohashi Bridge make a left turn at Lake Kawaguchi Kitanaka Entrance Intersection, proceed straight ten minutes.
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