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Kyoto Handicraft Center

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Kyoto Handicraft Center is dedicated to presenting the best of Kyoto's traditional handicrafts and art. You can enjoy the demonstrations of woodblock carving and prints, damascene making, Japanese doll making for free.
There is also a duty-free shop with a wide variety of elegant traditional artwork such as painted screens, lacquer ware, cloisonne, pottery and porcelain, swords, textiles, kimono, etc. The staff speaks English and foreign currency, traveler's checks, and major credit cards are accepted to make your shopping even more comfortable.
You can also try one of the 10 hands-on handicraft activities. It will be an unforgettable experience. You'll enjoy making your own traditional gifts and souvenirs while experiencing a wonderful cultural experience.
Or take a break from your shopping and relax at the Internet cafe on the seventh floor.
The store is a great place to shop but please also feel free to ask us any questions about little-known sight-seeing spots and other queries.
We are truly looking forward to your visit.

Address: 21 Entomi-cho Shogo-in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
Tel.:075-761-8001
Access: 2-minute walk from City Bus Stop Kumano-jinja mae, 10-minute walk from Keihan Railway Maruta-machi Station, 10-minute walk from Higashiyama Station on the Tozai Subway Line
Parking: 11 cars free (vehicles under 1.6m)
Hours: 10:00-18:00
Closed: Jan1-3
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Entrance Fee: Free
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