July 10, 2024

【7/1~9/30】 Fujisaki Bingata Fair


During the Ryukyu Dynasty, Ryukyu Bingata was created as a dyeing method for high-ranking women's ceremonial clothing and traditional attire for religious ceremonies, primarily in Shuri and Urasoe. At Fujisaki Bingata, they bring this tradition to life, meticulously dyeing designs inspired by Okinawa's natural beauty and cultural heritage using traditional pigments. Visit our "Souvenir Shop" for an exclusive exhibition and sale, featuring a curated selection of beautifully crafted items like bags and tapestries from the renowned "Fujisaki Bingata Studio".

Duration July 1 - September 30, 2024
Hours 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Location Souvenir Shop
Central Tower 3F
Price Shop curtain
  JPY 44,000 per person
  JPY 39,600 per person
  JPY 22,000 per person
(Inclusive of tax)
Tie-up Fujisaki Bingata Studio

*Please note that all items are unique and hand-dyed, so the exact product shown may not always be available. Thank you for your understanding.


Fujisaki Bingata Studio Makoto Fujisaki Profile

In 1971, he embarked on his journey into the world of dyeing and weaving under the mentorship of renowned painter and textile artist Aiko Nadoyama. Recognized in 1993 by the Okinawa General Bureau for his significant contributions to traditional crafts, and honored in 2012 as an Outstanding Skilled Worker of Okinawa Prefecture, he continues his artistic endeavors daily. Visit his studio in Abu, Nago City, where he crafts masterpieces overlooking the serene Pacific Ocean.

◆Contact of Inquiries
The Busena Terrace"Souvenir Shop"

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