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Featured on Select Quilt Festival Japan Tours vacation packages.
A staple for fans of sewing, quilting and crafts, Nomura Tailor is a fantastic fabric store to visit in Kyoto. Nomura Tailor includes multiple floors for shopping with great selection of fabrics, buttons, accessories, tools, and whatever else you need to get your next project done. Find fabrics that feature Japanese patterns, modern day prints, or modest patterns when browsing the massive store.
The combination of the store's extensive inventory with their affordable prices for fabrics makes Nomura Tailor essential for any craft-enthusiast. The store won't charge taxes to foreign guests, so be sure to bring your passport (credit cards accepted). There are even kits ready for patrons to pick up in case they want a special souvenir for their friends or a project for themselves when they return. If you're looking to find the perfect spot to get the extra
kawaii materials, this is the place to go.
Thanks to the high quality fabrics at reasonable prices, Nomura Tailor is a standard during our fully-guided Quilt Japan Tours available in January and April!
Nomura Tailor has two locations not too far from each other in Kyoto. While it may seem fine to just visit one store, you will probably want to check out both to get the full
Nomura Tailor experience. The second location is a little smaller compared to the main hub, but there are plenty of materials, fabrics, and tools you'll need for your next craft masterpiece. If you visit both stores in your time in Kyoto, you'll be happy to find the inspiration you need on your next project.
Craft & Hobby Shop Yuzawaya - Everything related to Handicraft & Fabric
Unique department store started as a Do It Yourself Store
Great Place for Fabric Shopping at Discounted Prices
Japanese Indigo dyeing and the Pure Vegetable Dyeing
Great Collection of Obi and Fabric
research and restoration facility for ancient textiles and traditional weaving techniques
The Nippori Tomato is a textile store located in the Nippori Textile Town.
Traditional Japanese Clothing with a Modern Twist
The first and sole quilt museum established by Mutsuko Yawatagaki
Quilting specialist Mutsuko Yawatagaki's special work shop
A dyeing technique that was developed in Kyoto during the middle of the Edo-era towards the end of the 17th century
Visit local kimono shops and enjoy kimono offcuts shopping