The 74th Tatsumura Obi Exhibition "Hiseikai

The name "Ayanasu-kai", named by Tatsumura Heizo I, is taken from the Chinese poem "Kaishiki hai-cheng, rinsing color eba" (beautiful brocade like a pattern of seashells, beautiful brocade like a brocade woven by collecting colorful threads) by Sashi (late 3rd century), a literary scholar of the Jin Dynasty. We are looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition, which will feature a wide range of new and popular obis and accessories.

The 74th Tatsumura no Obi Exhibition "Hiseikai"
- Date: Thursday, March 31 - Saturday, April 2, 2022
- Venue: Shimadai Gallery
- Address: Northwest corner of Higashinotoin, Oike-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
No reservation is required and admission is free.

Access to the venue:

Get off at Karasuma-Oike Station on both the Tozai and Karasuma subway lines. 1 minute walk from Exit 1
● Transfer from JR Kyoto Station to the Karasuma subway line (3rd stop)
● Transfer from Hankyu Karasuma Station to the Karasuma subway line (1st stop)
● Transfer from Keihan Sanjo Station to the Tozai subway line (2nd stop


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