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Ai-no-Yakata

Ai-no-Yakata
Ai-no-Yakata
Ai-no-Yakata
Ai-no-Yakata
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The beautiful indigo color created by indigo dyeing is known throughout the world as "Japan Blue." As the home of "sukumo," the dye used in indigo dyeing, the tradition lives on to this day in Tokushima, and the sukumo made in Tokushima is known as "awa-ai."
Visitors may dye their own original handkerchiefs in hands-on dyeing sessions.

Street address

Aza Maezunishi, Tokumei, Aizumi-cho, Itano-gun, Tokushima

Access

  • Ride the Tokushima Bus bound for Kamojima via Nijo from JR Tokushima Station.
    Get off the bus at Higashinakatomi, then 5 minutes by foot.

Opening Hours

9:00~17:00

Closed

Tuesdays (open on public holidays) and December 28 to January 1

Fee

Admission fees:
Adults 300 yen,
junior high school and high school students 200 yen,
elementary school students 150 yen
Hands-on dyeing sessions:
From 500 yen (until 16:00)

Website

http://www.topia.ne.jp/english/tourism/leisure_experience/eastern_tokushima/e-02.html

Best season

All year

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