Even for Tokyoites, it may come as a surprise that the dyeing industry once flourished in the capital — just as it did in the ancient cities of Kyoto and Kanazawa.
For kimono lovers, this is the place to learn about the rich tradition of dyeing popular attire worn by people hundreds of years ago.
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