Arimatsu Narumi Shibori Hall
The Arimatsu Narumi Shibori Hall is dedicated to preserving and promoting the unique tradition of shibori (tie-dyeing) in this region. It showcases a wide range of shibori products and materials of historical and artistic value, aiming to preserve and develop this craft. Additionally, Arimatsu is renowned for its scenic beauty, being considered the most picturesque stop among the Tokaido Fifty-Three Stations. The town's traditional streetscape, depicted in ukiyo-e prints by famous artists like Hokusai and Hiroshige, still flourishes today, nurturing the culture of shibori and continuing to transmit the beauty of Japan to the present day.
Nagoya City Midori-ku Arimatsu 3008