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Adashino Mayu-mura (あだしのまゆ村)

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Workshop

A specialty mayu-doll (cocoon doll) shop in Adashino. Along with selling adorable dolls made from cocoons they also have classes and workshops on how to make your own and this is a popular school trip location. They have a wide variety of products, all of which are cocoon dolls. Come immerse yourself in a fairytale with dolls that represent the past and present.

place

Kyoto Kyoto-shi Ukyo-ku Sagatoriimotoadashinocho 12-11 (Ayashiyama / SaganoArea)

phone 0758824500
place

9:00-17:00

Review of Adashino Mayumura

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Reviewed:2020/03/01 The cutest shop and the kindest ladies ever!
On our way back form Afashino Nenbutsuji Temple we stopped at this small and really unique suovenir shop. We were welcomed by 2 beyond lovely ladies! They showed us around the shop and told us about...
Reviewed:2020/03/13 まゆを使った民芸品
あだしの保存地区にあるのですが、コロナの影響最中に訪問したせいで観光客は誰もおらず…あいにく買い物をできる状態でなかったのですが、お店の方にお茶とお茶菓子まで出していただき、お話を伺うことができました。
次回はぜひ何か買い物をしようと思いました。
Reviewed:2020/02/24 暖かくホッコリと感じました。
愛宕街道の狭い通りを歩いているとガラスのケースの中に人間風に飾られた繭が展示されていました。これが素晴らしく可愛いもので、じっと足を止めて見入ってしまいました。階段を上るとお店が有りここでは販売もしています。

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Address
Kyoto Kyoto-shi Ukyo-ku Sagatoriimotoadashinocho 12-11 [map]
Area
Ayashiyama / SaganoArea
Phone
0758824500
Hours
9:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available

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