Aizumicho Historical Museum, “Ai-no-Yakata”
This dyer's home and factory, preserved from the era when the Awa indigo trade was flourishing, displays all of the tools of the trade. You can even try indigo dyeing for yourself on any cloth item you have with you, such as handkerchiefs.
||Tuesday (If it falls on a holiday, opened.), Dec. 28 – Jan.1
||Adult: 300 yen
Junior & senior high school students: 200 yen
Elementary school students: 150yen
||Take the Tokushima Bus 29 at the route bus terminal A3 in JR Tokushima Sta. (approx. 40 mins). Get off at the bus stop "Higashinakatomi " then walk for 5 minutes.
||172 Aza Maezunishi, Tokumei, Aizumi-cho, Itano-gun
|Hands-on dying session
||500 yen or more
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