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Towel Museum

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Towel Museum

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2930 Asakurakami, Imabari 799-1607 Ehime Prefecture
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$298.00 per adult
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Sharon C wrote a review May 2019
Melbourne, Australia258 contributions118 helpful votes
I thoroughly enjoyed this place - it was very interesting and had a great stock of towels. I wished that I had of purchased some to bring back home.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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emilysato wrote a review Nov 2018
Oita, Japan145 contributions25 helpful votes
Went to Imabari Towel Museum as part of our One Day Bus Tour. As we entered the museum we were guided to go straight to the fourth floor where the towel museum was located. We saw how threads/textiles were being made. The threads were colorfully arranged. The amazing part was their exhibits and the Moomin Art. Unfortunately, we had limited time that we weren't able to see their European garden or even stop by their cafe for a few minutes. Before leaving the museum, we were able to buy souvenirs and took lots of photos. Somehow we enjoyed our short visit.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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myonlywan2012 wrote a review Jul 2018
Singapore, Singapore210 contributions18 helpful votes
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We went to this museum as part of a tour. It seem quite far away and isolated from the town. If you like textiles, then it would be an eyeopener on what textiles can do. There are many nice picture that are made from textiles. There are also old and modern weaving mills. There are also Mummin exhibits. There is a "shopping mall" of 4 floors selling towels, food and souvenir. The towels' variety are a lot but most of the towels are made in China. Some has nice designs so we bought some of them.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Chris T wrote a review Jan 2018
San Jose, California268 contributions96 helpful votes
I was on a tour so didn't plan on stopping here but it was okay. You get to see the towels made so I had to buy some. Expensive but really soft towels, and friends and family are asking about them.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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JaniceAuYeung wrote a review Apr 2017
Hong Kong, China245 contributions37 helpful votes
It is more or less a shopping mall. It is not impressive at all. And it was really strange that they are not selling the towel only but also foods and sourveniors...
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Date of experience: April 2017
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