STUDIO N2

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〜Experience Aizome dyeing and buy original Indigo dye goods〜
Enjoy a wide variety of beautiful underwear, comfortable loungewear, and accessories that combine functionality with the beauty of the naturally produced Indigo blue. At holidays they arrange workshops where you can dye scarfs or handkerchiefs in Indigo blue. Make sure to call and make a reservation! How about experiencing the magical moment when the beautiful ‘Japan blue’ is born through the traditional Awa-ai dyeing technique?

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【TEL】090-7787-7610
【Business hours】10:00~18:00
【Regular holiday】Fixed holiday
【Fee】
Aizome Workshop
Handkerchief: 1200 – 1800 yen
Scarf: 4000 yen
(The workshop takes about 1,5 hours and all necessary material is included)

【Access】
・10 min drive by car from Naruto-Kita interchange at the Kobe-Awaji-Naruto Expressway
・10 minute walk from the bus stop ‘Kousoku Naruto’ at the Intercity Kousoku Bus Line
・5 min walk from the JR Naruto Station
・20 min drive by car from Tokushima Awa Odori Airport
【Address】Hyugadani 80, Muyacho, Kokuwajima, Naruto city
【Instagram】 http://www.instagram.com/studio.entwo

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