Kurashiki Museum of Folk Crafts

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Kurashiki Museum of Folk Crafts is a museum of folk crafts in the renovated building of the old rice warehouse built at the end of the Edo period. Here, you can see folk crafts of everyday life in Japan and also from all around the world. In addition to the local warehouse, there are 800 items of permanent exhibits, including ceramic and lacquer ware, wood works, stone works and textiles from many countries in the world. Furthermore, you can purchase many practical and beautiful products such as Kurashiki glass, flower matting, Bitchu washi (Japanese paper). Enjoy solid and beautiful items that people used in everyday life.

Address
1-4-11 Tsurajimachuo, Kurashiki, Okayama
Contact No.
+81-86-422-1637
Access
15-min walk from JR Kurashiki Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-16:45 (Closes at 16:00 from December to February)
Closed on Monday (If it's national holiday, it is open)
Official Website
http://kurashiki-mingeikan.com/
Time Required
30 min
Admission fee
700 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:提供:岡山県

Observe in a relaxing place

Kurashiki Museum of Folk Crafts is the second folk museum in Japan. In fact, you will visit this museum after taking off your shoes and wearing indoor footwear, as if you are in a Japanese house. Therefore, you can observe items in a relaxing atmosphere.

Source:提供:岡山県

Simple and charming "Kurashiki glass"

"Kurashiki glass" is one of the famous crafts of the city of Kurashiki. These are handmade blowing glass works that people use in everyday life. All the works exhibited in this museum are the works of the pioneer of Kurashiki glass, Shinzo Kodani.

Source:旅行 写真で紹介

Many baskets from around the world

In this museum, there is a "basket room" where only baskets are exhibited. Here, various baskets, shaped in different designs and created in various countries in the world, line up. It is said to be the best basket collections in the world. All baskets look very familiar such that you can easily use them everyday. That is the charm of folk crafts.

Source:くるま座有鄰庵

Kurashiki Museum of Folk Crafts

Kurashiki Museum of Folk Crafts is a museum of folk crafts in the renovated building of the old rice warehouse built at the end of the Edo period. Here, you can see folk crafts of everyday life in Japan and also from all around the world. In addition to the local warehouse, there are 800 items of permanent exhibits, including ceramic and lacquer ware, wood works, stone works and textiles from many countries in the world. Furthermore, you can purchase many practical and beautiful products such as Kurashiki glass, flower matting, Bitchu washi (Japanese paper). Enjoy solid and beautiful items that people used in everyday life.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:提供:岡山県

Observe in a relaxing place

Kurashiki Museum of Folk Crafts is the second folk museum in Japan. In fact, you will visit this museum after taking off your shoes and wearing indoor footwear, as if you are in a Japanese house. Therefore, you can observe items in a relaxing atmosphere.

Source:提供:岡山県

Simple and charming "Kurashiki glass"

"Kurashiki glass" is one of the famous crafts of the city of Kurashiki. These are handmade blowing glass works that people use in everyday life. All the works exhibited in this museum are the works of the pioneer of Kurashiki glass, Shinzo Kodani.

Source:旅行 写真で紹介

Many baskets from around the world

In this museum, there is a "basket room" where only baskets are exhibited. Here, various baskets, shaped in different designs and created in various countries in the world, line up. It is said to be the best basket collections in the world. All baskets look very familiar such that you can easily use them everyday. That is the charm of folk crafts.

Source:くるま座有鄰庵

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