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Featured on Select Quilt Festival Japan Tours vacation packages.
Nippori Textile Town is considered the premier destination in Tokyo for craft and fabric shopping. This district is lined with numerous fashion shops, selling a wide assortment of beautiful fabrics often at discounted, affordable prices. Whether you are looking for a particular type of fabric print or just browsing the various styles to find inspiration for your next project, the Nippori Textile Town should be your first choice when fabric shopping in Tokyo. Many of Japan's top craft artisans shop along this fabric district in Tokyo, and is especially popular during the Tokyo Quilt Show.
While there are plenty of great stores to choose from along Nippori Textile Town, one of the most popular options continues to be Nippori Tomato, a six story building lined with fabrics, patterns, and more. There's also the reasonably priced fabrics and craft goods available at Mihama Cloth. Both stores offer an extensive collection of craft goods to use for your next project, and come recommended by Japan Deluxe Tour's quilt tour guides. In addition to great fabric shopping, this district also offers cafes and coffee shops to unwind with a relaxing cup of tea or dessert after a long day of fabric hunting. Shop to your heart's content at Nippori Textile Town by joining any of Japan Deluxe Tour's fully-guided Quilt Festival Japan Tours available January or Spring!
Japanese traditional form of decorative little stabs.
Shibori is the method of dyeing cloths.
Unique department store started as a Do It Yourself Store
Traditional Okinawa textile to show eternal love
Japanese fabric store in the famous Nippori Textile Town
The Nippori Tomato is a textile store located in the Nippori Textile Town.
Popular Kyoto Fabric & Craft Shop
Patchwork Shop by Yoko Saito
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