Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period.

¥6,000
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge
  • Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period. - 洛Concierge

Let’s travel back in time to 1887 and visit Velvet factory for unique production method throughout the Edo period.

¥6,000

Mr. Fujimoto Yoshito is the fifth generation of Japan velvet textile industry Co., Ltd. established in 129 years ago. (it was founded in 1887)  They are the oldest factory of velvet taken over weaving method from Edo period exist in Japan now. He is devoting all his time to create new craft works and try to leave traditional techniques as the wisdom of ancestors, to later generations.

 

 

In Japan, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu who were in

the leadership position during the Sengoku Period, used habitually the velvet as

the high quality products. Today, their Jinbaori (sleeveless campaign jacket worn

over armor) and vest as a relic has been preserved throughout Japan.

This factory is the oldest velvet textile one currently service in Japan.

Mr. Fujimoto guides his factory with the atmosphere of the Meiji Period and performs velvet fabric. You can also take a look his traditional crafts. If you want

it, they are available off the shelf directly.

 

The date:

Duration: 1hour

Tour fee: 6000JPY/person

Number of Participant: Max 20   Min 2

Meeting point: JR Sagano Line  Sonobe Staion

  We will send you detail information after your reservation.