Shinjuku Historical Museum is selling this refined tote bag "Edo-Komon".
Local industry of Shinjuku-ku "dyeing." "Edo-Komon" is one of three tradional patterns of dyeing in Shinjuku.
For the red and dark blue ones, three refnied patterns called "Same", "Gyougi", and "Toshi" are printed on.
The black one has the pattern called "Omeshiju", which Tokugawa family favored.
They are large enough for you to carry A4 size. By all means to attendant of Shinjuku walk! In memory and present of visit!
Shinjuku Historical Museum (22, Sanneicho)
Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall (2-20-1, Nakai)
Saeki Yuzo Memorial Atelier (2-4-21, Nakaochiai)
The Tsune Nakamura atelier Memorial (3-5-7, Shimoochiai)
Shinjuku kozumikkusenta (3-1-2, Okubo)
Shinjuku Cultural Center (Shinjuku 6-14-1)
Shinjuku Historical Museum museum shop official site
|Address||22, Saneicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Shinjuku Ward Shinjuku Historical Museum museum shop|
|Business hours, regular holiday||
Opening time: From 9:30 to 17:30 (as for the admission until 17:00)
Closed days: 4 second Monday (in the case of holiday the next day)
The year-end and New Year holidays (12/29 - 1/3)
|The nearest station, access||
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