A unique amusement venue located in Imabari, the Japan’s largest towel-producing town.
This is the world’s first towel museum dedicated to the art of towel manufacturing. The unique museum has much to offer including displays of intricate traditional towels, works of art made from towels, an exhibition on the towel-making process, and there is even a garden area rich with seasonal beauty. The museum café offers pleasant lunches or afternoon teas and an enticing range of original goods and local products are available in the museum shops.
|Business Hours||Open 9am - 6pm *Open late on Saturdays and days before public holidays|
* Opening hours for the restaurant and café vary
|Days Closed for Business||Open every day * Note that there are occasional closures for maintenance|
|Price||Adults 800yen, Students (13-17) 600yen, Children (under 12) 400yen, Senior Citizens (over 65) 500yen, Disabled 400yen|
Discounts for groups of over 15: Adults 700yen, Students (13-17) 500yen, Children (under 12) 300yen
Discounts for groups of over 30: Adults 500yen, Students (13-17) 400yen, Children (under 12) 200yen
|Parking||210 car parking spaces and 15 coach parking spaces available|