Sunday, March 17, 2019

Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts - Fureaikan

In the afternoon after attending the Hina Matsuri Festivities at Shimogamo Shrine, I went to the Fureaikan traditional craft center. I looked at all of the traditional Japanese crafts on display (no photos allowed), took a Yuzen class and made a table mat, then watched a maiko performance.  This is a great place to visit!







7 comments:

White Rose said...

Hi Pamela very interesting,happy trekking my friend xx

DUTA said...

Glad you've enjoyed the visit to Fureaikan crafts center. You look lovely in the picture.

Vireya said...

That looks like an ideal outing - a craft activity and a traditional performance. Will you show us a close-up of your Yuzen table mat?

Julie said...

The handmade hairpins in her hair looks beautiful.

kiwikid said...

Wonderful to learn new crafts. The Kimono is beautiful.

Leonore Winterer said...

Looks like a fun place!

Jeanie said...

I would have gone absolutely bonkers there! This is my kind of place! And I loved seeing your happy face. The mat looks pretty.