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Hakusan Craft Workshop (白山工房)

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Other Factory Tour / Demonstration

They say that Ushikubi-tsumugi weaving began with mechanical weaving techniques passed down by the wife and daughters of a certain Oohata who was a Genji fugitive and flowed to Ushikubi Village after his defeat by Heike in the Heiji rebellion of 1159. Here, you can learn about the historical sericulture and textile arts of the Shiramine area, from silk reeling, reclamation, and refining. They also offer reservation-only activities like hataori weaving and making silk cocoon dolls.

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Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Shiramine Nu 17 (HakusanArea)

phone 0762592859
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9:00-16:00

Review of Hakusan Koubou

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/06/27 珍しい体験
白山市白峰にあります。牛首紬の展示、体験などがあります。ここでは機織り体験500円まゆ人形おりの体験400円、つまみ細工の体験800円などができ全国にもめずらしい体験ができる
Reviewed:2018/11/10 牛首紬の工房と資料館
蚕が2匹入っている繭のことを[玉繭]といい、少し大きめのそれから繭糸を挽き出す作業を見られます。目を凝らしていたら、女性の職人さんから「ご説明しましょうか?」と。お気づかいがうれしかったですね。湯釜の中に繭がぷかぷかと浮いていたり、なにしろ初めて見聞きすることばかり、面白かったです。牛首紬の名前は、ここ白峰の旧地名、牛首村から来ているそうです。
Reviewed:2018/08/21 機織り体験ができます
牛首紬の工房の見学と、機織り体験ができます。体験は500円で15分ほど指導を受けながら機織り機を動かせます。特に女性にオススメです。普段はあまり見られないのでいい経験でした。

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Address
Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Shiramine Nu 17 [map]
Area
HakusanArea
Phone
0762592859
Hours
9:00-16:00
Closed
Thursday (Dec.-Mar. closed in winter)
Fees
[Admission fee] Adults400yen, Elementary/Junior High School Students250yen
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.