KADEKO Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Shiga, Hyogo and Wakayama Handicrafts Tours

Here are some model courses, which may help you organizing your Kyoto handicrafts tours. All of the tours mentioned below takes about 4 hours. Upon your request, we can arrange your original craft tours.                        Thank you.

KADEKO Kyoto Handicrafts Tours

◇ Kyoto Guide Model Courses consist of the following course:

(1) Traditional Crafts & Lacquer ware specify shopZohiko

(2) Yuzen Dyeing & Nijyo Castle

(3) Kiyomizu Temple & Traditional Handicrafts

     Shopping tour

(4) Kinkakuji Temple Nishijin Textile Art Gallary  Kyoto doll             artisans house

(5) The oldest Zen Temple in Kyoto & Folding Fan

     Craft shop

(6) Nishiki Food Market, Paper Shop & Cutlery shop   

(7) Fushimi Inari Taisha

(8) Japanese Sake Breweries in Fushimi

(9) Arashiyama Beautiful Bumboo, St, World Heritage

(10) Ginkakuji Temple & Japanese Samurai Shop

(11) Imperial Palace and Kyoto Traditional゛

       Embroidery Kyonui Experience゛

(12) UJI World Cultural Heritage  Handicrafts Course

(13) Kamigamo-Shrine and Traditional handicrafts workshop

(14) Kitano Tenmangu Shrine &Kamishchiken

       Handicrafts Course

(1) Traditional Crafts & Lacqure ware specify shop-Zohiko

*Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts

 http://www.miyakomesse.jp/fureaika/index_eng.php

   *Zohiko

     http://www.zohiko.co.jp/

(2) Yuzen Dyeing & Nijyo Castle

*Nijo Castle (World Heritage Site)

http://www2.city.kyoto.lg.jp/bunshi/nijojo/english/index.html

*Kodai Yuzen and Gallery

http://www.kodaiyuzen.co.jp/english/index.html

*Kyoto Montsuki (Black Yuzen Dyeing Exciting Work Shop)

You can enjoy the work shop of genuine black dyeing there.

http://somekae.kmontsuki.co.jp/

http://www.wwf.or.jp/campaign/pandablack/

(3) Kiyomizu Temple & Traditional Handicrafts Shopping tour

*Kiyomizu Temple

(World Heritage Site)

http://www.kiyomizudera.or.jp/lang/01.html

 

*Kiyomizu Yaki pottery artisans house

Fujihira Togei Corporation

You can enjoy work shop - painting picture and Tebineri as well as visiting the pace of old style oven.

 

   http://www.fujihiratougei.co.jp

 

 

(4) Kinkakuji Temple Nishijin Textile Art Gallary & Kyoto doll artisans house

*Kashima (Nishijin Textile)

 

 

 

 

*Kinkakuji Temple (World Heritage Site)

http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/visitkyoto/en/theme/sites/shrines/w_heritage/13/

(5) The oldest Zen Temple in Kyoto & Folding Fan Craft shop

*Kenninji(The oldest Zen Temple in Kyoto)

http://www.kenninji.jp/english/index.html

*Ogiya Hangesho

http://www.hangesho.com/html/english.html

(6) Nishiki Food Market, Paper Shop & Cutlery shop

*Nishiki Food Market

*Rakushikan

http://rakushikan.com/en/

*Cutlery shop

http://www.kintaka.com/

*Nakano Shoten-Silver accessory & Kyoto handicraft shop

Established in 1897, Nakno Shoten is a silver shop that specializes in ornamental hairpins, sash clips, and accessories made in its own workshop and handles a lot of Japanese craft products made in Kyoto. 

 http://www.shinise.ne.jp/nakanoshoten/

 

  *Washi Committee Sales Bureau

 

Would you know the Washi compendium-

The Soul of Japan?  This is amazing compendium, because you could see 1058pcs of genuine handmade papers contained in it!

 

As you know, Washi has been designated as World Intangible Heritage by a UNESCO on Nov. 27th, 2014.

The present stock is not enough, because of limited edition.

So, it would be sold out within 2017.

We sincerely hope you could book it to inspire the handmade paper industries who has contributed to conserve world treasures by using Washi so far.

 

For your reference, please contact to the E-mail

      washi_committee2011@icloud.com

Tel 075-223-1245  

 

*The Soul of Japan in the Second Millennium

 http://washi-csb.jimdo.com

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(7) Fushimi Inari Taisha

*Fushimi Inari Taisha  http://inari.jp/

(8) Japanese Sake Breweries in Fushimi

(9) Arashiyama Beautiful Bumboo St, World Heritage

*Tenryu-ji Temple

http://www.tenryuji.com/en/

(10) Ginkakuji Temple & Japanese Samurai Shop

*Ginkakuji Temple

http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/visitkyoto/en/theme/sites/shrines/w_heritage/14/

 

 *Japanese Samurai Shop

You can visit Japanese Samurai shop that handles Kendo implements.

(11) Imperial Palace and Kyoto Traditional "Embroidery Kyonui Experience"

*Kyoto Traditional゛Embroidery Kyonui Experience゛

http://www.nakamurashisyu.com/

(12) UJI World Cultural Heritage and Handicrafts Course

Uji World Cultural Heritage and Handicrafts Course, We can see Uji-Byodoin,Ujigami-jinja Shrine and Uji green tea work shop and Asahiyaki artisans house 

(13) Kamigamo-Shrine and Traditional handicraft workshop

Kamigamo-Shrine and Kitayama cedar handpainted objet artisans house called Japanese painter Hiroaki Taniguchi and Kyonui embroidery artisans house-Kyonui Sugishita

*Kamigamo-Shrine

http://www.kamigamojinja.jp/english/index.html

 

 *Japanese Painter Hiroaki Taniguchi, Art Gallery

You can enjoy the workshop of Japanese traditinal painting are making the post card.

 

 *Kyonui Sugishita

It is possible to learn embroidery at Sugishita artisan house.

Tel +81 75-491-7523

 

 *Traditiional weaving artisans house

Work shop Nishiki Ori handmade textile

The name of Nishiki Ori textile studio-KOHO by Tatsumura Koho Co.,Ltd.

http://www.koho-nishiki.com

(14)  Kitano Tenmangu Shrine &Kamishchiken Handicrafts Course

 *Kitano Tenmangu Shrine

 This shrine was build in 947 during Heian Period and is      dedicated to the sprit of Sugawara Michizane, a famous  scholar, who is revered as a good of learning and the  literary art. A plum festival is held on Feb.25: a huge shrine  market, called Tenjinsan, held on the 25 th of every month,  is known for its countless open-air stalls.

 www.kitanotenmangu.or.jp

*Kyoto Kamishichiken Tsuzure Ori ADACHI

 If you are intereted in the weaving textile. We recommend  you to visit the Tsuzure Ori Artisans House called ーKyoto  Kamishichiken Tsuzure Ori ADACHIーTsuzure Ori is a name  of high weaving technique.

 http://www.kitano-tsuzure.com

      *Kamishichiken Geisha Street  

   You can see enjoy the oldest Geisha street just infront of       East gate of the Kitano Tenmangu in Kyoto. We can also       enjoy traditional handicraft shopping there.

       *Kamishichiken-Kabukai

       www.maiko3.com