Sixteen kimono created by Itchiku Kubota to be exhibited at Tokyo National Museum

Sixteen kimono created by Itchiku Kubota to be exhibited at Tokyo National Museum

We are honoured for the Itchiku Kubota Museum to be included in the Top 10 Places To Visit in Japan list by the Guardian, one of the leading newspapers in Britain.⠀

We welcome everyone at the museum, located at the Yamanashi prefecture to the southwest of Tokyo. There you can view the Kubota Collection and the artist’s studio, witness the beauty of Kubota’s intricate kimonos and enjoy the picturesque surroundings of the museum. ⠀

International Chodiev Foundation (ICF) has been proudly supporting Itchiku Kubota museum and its collection since 2010 and is committed to showcasing the Collection in Japan and internationally and preserving it for the next generation.⠀

To see the full list of the recommended places to visit please follow the link.⠀

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