The Kamakurabori Museum, on the 3rd floor of the Kamakurabori Kaikan, is the only museum that introduces the history and works of Kamakurabori (a form of Japanese lacquerware). This museum is used by many people as a place for history and culture, experience, and exchange. About 50 works and materials of Kamakurabori, a traditional craft boasting a history of about 800 years, are on display in the permanent exhibition. Relax and enjoy masterpieces from the Muromachi period (1336-1573) to the present while learning about the production process and its history. In the two-hour hands-on class, you can experience Kamakurabori making under the careful guidance of a full-time instructor. It is a program that even beginners can easily enjoy.
10:00–16:00 (*temporary closure from 13:00-14:00, last entry 15:45)
|Closed||Mondays and Tuesdays, summer season, year-end and New Year holidays, and other temporary closures|