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Flea market offering hand made items loved by locals
Hyakumanben tedukuri ichi/ 百万遍さんの手づくり市
Venue: Chionji Temple
15th of every month
The hyakumanben handmade market is taken place on every 15th of each month at Main-hall of Chionji Temple. The first Hyakumanben handmade market was held in 1987, April 15th as an opportunity for amateur craft workers to present their own works. It has been continued every month since then. The handmade market has become a very popular event, therefore exhibitors are selected in a lottery. The founder wants customers to participate in the market as a community that people are sharing their own w...moreorks each with other. More than 450 shops are opened and around 10,000 people are coming every month.
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Various accessories, using beads, Swarovski or natural stones are sold. These items are very individual reflecting characteristic of their creators. There is fully stocked with item for both men and women of all ages so you can enjoy shopping with your whole family or friend as well.
Products as a tissue case, bags or coin cases using Japanese-design cloths are available. Since all of the items are handmade, these items will warm our lives
Hyakumanben tedukuri ichi
|Address||103 Tanaka monzen-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Directions||Hyakumanben bus stop on Kyoto City Bus #206 or #17 from Kyoto station|
|Event time||8am - 4pm
|Credit cards||Depends on shops|
|Friendly for Overseas Visitors||
You can find out some rare Japanese items
|Languages spoken||Depends on shops|